Yesterday we brought you the Mario Kart Wii Grand Prix Board Game from the Tokyo Toy Show. Just so you know, the show's still going on, and we've got video to prove it.

As guy who doesn't buy toys, doesn't speak Japanese and has never visited the country, I might not be a trendspotting authority here. But I know what looks weird! Above, that's Bankman! Despite the packaging, he appears unhappy with your personal savings plan. D-8


I'm not entirely sure of enePocket's history, but it seems to be a modular generator that can power all sorts of dollhouse rooms and appliances.


More from the "Hungry Monkey" category, except they're basset hounds, not primates, and want money, not food. Here's Choen-Bako.


One of the new Magic Pets - a seal - under consideration by Bandai. Looks like a bird suspended in formaldehyde to me.


This is by far the hottest toy to capture the new robotic fungus craze.


Better than robotic fungus? How about a robotic butterfly, which responds the same way a real pissed-off butterfly does: By trapping it in a Ball jar and tapping on the lid.


YUMMY DOUGH! It's both yummy, and dough. This clay is just as edible as Play-Doh and yet less salty/disgusting.


This mini drum did not inspire Daniel's finishing move in The Karate Kid Part II.