Let’s have a biki. I wanna have a biki. Lock the doors tight. Let’s have biki! Sofubiki! The latest wiki on the world of Sofubi is coming from the town of London with Brett and his new website – SOFUBIKI! Let that sink in a sec, SOFUBIKI! Building a wiki doesn’t happen overnight, but like with a lot of things, it takes hard work & determination. It’s something that we love to see from our UK brethren, and Brett aka @l3rett has set up the foundation for something great. Shall we take a look….
Sofubiki was created out of a need for precise, extensive and easily navigable information on the wonderful world of Sofubi. As vintage soft vinyl toys gain notoriety and new creators and toys are surfacing daily, there has never been a better time for a dedicated sofubi site – https://sofubiki.com/
As Sofubiki grows over time, we are looking forward to seeing what they do with the history of Sofubi, influences, artists, manufacturers and weird & wonderful terminology surrounding the Japanese vinyl phenomenon that has global collectors going cray cray!
Oh, and like any quality website in the 20th century, Sofubiki also works well on your mobile device too. So you can take the Sofubiki on your travels!
Social Media, yeah, Sofubiki got your ass covered too. You can find your socially distance links to Sofubiki below!
Go check out Sofubiki at https://sofubiki.com/ as well as going to give their social media a LIKE or FOLLOW!
Sofubiki Social Media
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