"What is this?" You may ask.
There are actually two things in the bag. A back scratcher and a ear scratcher.
"Hmm. Interesting gifts." You may say.
Yes. I think they were interesting gifts, too. But the one thing that really intrigued me was what the Japanese (and Kanji) word for the back scratcher: "孫の手(magonote)," which literally means "grandchild's hand."
A gradnchild's hand! That just sounded so interesting! I was giggling for a while.
I know some people would wonder why you'd need an ear scratcher... but apparently people do.
And yes, I get very easily amused.