It’s been a while since we checked in with Molang & Piu Piu so here’s some super cute new shopping picks and DIYs with the happy bunny and chick best friends.
The official Molang Shop (EU) still has the biggest selection (and ship worldwide) and there’s lots of new and exclusive plush, clothing and more. This adorable multicolour LED lamp is back in stock and sure to cheer up your home.
The official Molang Korea shop (KR) has an even bigger selection but sadly don’t offer international shipping. That’s a crying shame as they have a new stationery collaboration with Anirollz! I’d love a set of these stickers but there’s also washi tape, notepads and more. I spent quite some time trying to find alternative stockists but it was tough going – maybe 10×10 (KR) will stock them eventually.
If your wardrobe is looking dull, the Molang x Fresh Hoods collection (US) will definitely add some colour! This hoodie is my favourite as I love those stripy rainbow arms, but there’s quite a few different hoodies and track pants to choose from.
Hot Topic (US) have a fun range of fruit-themed Molang t-shirts that are perfect for summer. They all come in multiple styles, colours and sizes.
You can find lots of official Molang plush at Aurora (US) and who can resist a bakery theme? The keyrings come in pancake, s’mores, donut and macaron styles and there’s also bigger macaron pillows and even Chef Molang. You’ll find Aurora plush at many other stockists too, like Nippon Kawaii (EU).
For DIYs, the Molang site has a big section for Fun & Games that includes seasonal paper crafts printables, wallpapers and activities. The Summer Break printable is packed full of cute stuff for warmer weather including drinks umbrellas, garland and paper toys.
Continuing the summer theme, KN Felt Creations has a tutorial for a felt Molang with sunglasses and pool inflatable. There’s also an earlier video to show you how to make Molang in various animal suits with matching bags.
And I doubt anyone reading is going to attempt this but I had to share the incredible Molang & Piu Piu cake by Tan Dulce by Grisel. The pastel rainbow layers are too cute and you could always use that idea in a simpler bake.
Marceline is the co-founder and editor of Super Cute Kawaii and author of The Super Cute Book of Kawaii. She also designs cute character goods as Asking For Trouble. Having visited Japan five times, Marceline is enormously inspired by all things Japanese and especially loves bunnies, space and any kind of food object with a happy face.