Retail Price: 760 Yen
Total Tickets: 80
Released Date: 3 Sep 2022
Happy Kuji: Usually you get what you pull, no choosing of designs unless otherwise stated
It’s another year and the Sanrio characters are back! Usually for Sanrio Happy Kuji, they will have lots of good prizes and even figurines! So we are quite excited to see what they have in store for us!
Prize 1 to 10 (20 pieces)
Distribution: 10 x 2 pieces each.
So we continue our tradition of having the figurines as the top prizes for Happy Kuji Sanrio characters’ set. They all have the same kind of Halloween theme this year and it’s different from past set so don’t worry about pulling repeated figures even if you already have similar characters for past set! They featured our usual favorites like Hello Kitty, Melody, Pompompurin, Cinnamoroll, Pochacco, Little twin star, Bad Badtz Maru, Kuromi and new characters like Sweet Piano and Marron Cream! Basically this is the thing to look out for and it’s not as hard to pull a figure!
Prize 11 to 17 (21 pieces)
Distribution: 7 x 3 pieces each.
Well if you didn’t manage to pull a figurine, a plush isn’t that bad as well! The Plush charms are 11cm long and they featured the main characters, each character holds a coffee and even their coffee has a design, a special kind of plush and really, nothing bad upon pulling it!
Prize 18 to 21 (12 pieces)
Distribution: 4 x 3 pieces each.
Next we have pouch, and it’s not just any ordinary pouch but it shapes like a candy! Each design features different color and also different character, notably Melody, Kuromi, Little Twin stars and Marron Cream! The pouch is also not small, it’s 18cm wide! So you can put your essentials and bring it around, it’s also rarer than your top prize, so it’s definitely valuable and will be worth your ticket price!
Prize 22 to 30 (27 pieces)
Distribution: 9 x 3 pieces each.
Last but arguably the least, we have acrylic charm that could also turn into an acrylic stand! Wow such uniqueness, I didn’t think someone would make something so simple so amazing! The other prizes are definitely more desirable, but this prize is good in it’s own way and they feature all the main characters you can find in the figurines (except Marron Cream). Anyway this is the worst you can get for a pull and even so that’s nothing bad!
As usual, the big plush will be kept as last prize and we have Cinnamoroll here and not only does the prize feature a 35cm tall plush but also a 25cm wide cushion! Yes you are getting 2 items for one prize! So just buyout the set and you can get both of them! Wow such genericity! You can look for a 10- buyout with at least 2 to 3 different figurines if you do want this amazing set of 2!
Variety of Prize
Odds of big prizes
Value for Money
What more I need to say, this Kuji is great, the top prizes are attractive, the small prizes are appealing and even the “worst” prize is not at all bad and a good last prize, for a Sanrio Happy Kuji, this is sort of the standard to follow, so great set overall and I can’t wait to play this!
Let’s calculate your odds to get the following with one ticket from a fresh board!
Chance to get a top prize (1 to 10): 20 / 80 = 25%, way higher than average!
5 tickets for a chance at one of the figurines, who knows, you might even get 2 of them! If not, the other goodies are great too!
Collectibles? : Well, a little ambition but the 10 figures are definitely worth collecting and keeping as a set! If you want more things to collect, the acrylic stands is another to look out for as well!