Mochi blocks by People Toy Company

FROM JAPAN WITH LOVE: TOYS MADE WITH RICE AS EVERYTHING LANDS IN BABY’S MOUTH ANYWAY!

Say Hello To Mochi Trumpet, Teething Ring, Maraca & Blocks Developmental Toys Made With Rice That’s 100% Green And 100% Fun

New York, NY (January 5, 2017) – Babies and rice have always had a healthy relationship since the first spoonful of rice cereal passed their lips. And let’s face it; everything a baby touches eventually meets their mouth! Thanks to an ingenious Japanese technology, babies can now teeth and drool over marvelous Mochi Teething Ring ($19.99) or Mochi Maraca ($24.99) from People Toy Company (www. peopletoy.co). The Mochi toy series is created with rice harvested from Japan!

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Mochi, the Japanese word for rice cake, is a rice-plastic technology that’s 51% rice. This first toy given to baby — such as the Mochi Teething Plate ($14.99) — allows parents piece of mind as it is 100% green with no toxic paints or adhesives. In fact, open the package and smell the rice!

“This developmental toy collection prides itself on earth-to-home craftsmanship,” proudly explains Rudy Valenta, President of the U.S. branch of Japan’s People Co., Ltd., makers of Mochi. “In fact, you can even smell the aromatic notes of fresh rice grains as soon as you open up the packaging!”

Toot toot for the Mochi Trumpet ($24.99). At age 3 months, this is the perfect toy to nurture baby’s cognitive reasoning skills through play. The two-way trumpet uses an infant’s natural sucking and teething motions to create sound when they breathe in or out.

Created for play from newborn to 2-years-old, the 28-piece Mochi Blocks Premium Set ($119.99) is wonderfully safe and hand-assembled to exact specifications in Japan. This ultimate baby shower gift will be cherished as baby crosses each milestone from grasping the blocks to stacking, sorting and solving puzzles through play!

American mom bloggers who have gotten their hands on these yummy toys gush at their design features.

“A safe, great option for teething babies,” writes ttmp.com, “the ring doubles as a fun, easy-to-hold toy and promote hand dexterity as well as helping the baby’s first set of teeth come in with less hassle. The teething plate on the other hand sports a unique design that allows infants to hold the plate while chomping on its ridges and bumps to help soothe cutting gums.”

As their website, http://www.PeopleToy.co, describes, all toys are created with rice that’s harvested in Japan and then transported to People’s state-of-the-art facilities. Next, the rice is mixed with a unique blend of special ingredients to create 100% safe and sustainable Mochi rice-plastic. People’s engineers hand-assemble each piece to precise specifications, free of any harmful adhesives and paints. The pieces are then packed with love and care, before they make their trip to the U.S. and ultimately baby’s home!

Look for these developmental toys at online boutiques such as diapers.com.

Mochi Maraca • Ages 3 months+ • $24.99
This toy is made in Japan but the sounds heard will be pure Caribbean! The rattle is ideal for teething infants and the pinky-sized handle fits perfectly in tiny hands. Listen for the “Light Caribbean drizzle” sounds that are sure to soothe a fussy infant awaiting their first teeth. Teething ridges soothe those endearing yet sore gums.

Mochi Teething Plate – Natural Series • Ages 3 months+ • $14.99
What looks like a painter’s palette is an ingenious design for baby’s tender gums and little thumbs. Ideal for teething infants, the plate fits in baby’s hands with a light thin shape complete with a thumb hold for superior grip! Once again those bumps and ridges provide much-needed teething relief.

Mochi Teething Ring • Ages 3 months+ • $19.99
The ring’s bumps and ridges are welcomed day and night as they soothe a baby’s teething gums. Baby’s little hands get a nice work out, too, as the easy-to-hold ring stimulates and promotes hand dexterity. Environmentally conscious parents appreciate that no harmful adhesives or paints are ever used on Mochi toys.

Mochi Trumpet • Ages 3 months+ • $24.99
Measuring 3.9 inches from tip to horn, this tiny trumpet plays “peace of mind” every time as it always lands in a child’s mouth. The amusing whistle sound soothes and delights baby as those teething ridges soothe sore gums.

Mochi Blocks Premium Set • Ages newborn+ • $119.99
These pretty pastel colored blocks offer serious fun while encouraging developmental milestones. From welcome-home-baby to about 5 months old, use these blocks for guided parent play. The soothing rattles make different percussion sounds to compliment baby’s mood of the moment. Then from 6 months to the first birthday these sized-just-right blocks allow baby to start building all by himself! Between the 1st and 2nd birthday, tiny tots can have fun stacking, sorting and solving puzzles. Lucky parents and grandparents can watch as the tot’s concentration begins to develop. As a preschooler, toddlers will begin to develop simple structures by mimicking familiar objects they observe in life. Through play, creativity will begin to take shape as they create their own masterpieces.

Follow People Toy Company on your favorite social media outlet — Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, Twitter and Tumblr. When ready to shop, visit their handy store locator at http://peopletoy.co. Or shop instantly from the Amazon button conveniently placed on the right-hand corner of their home page. While browsing online, sign up for their newsletter to be the first to know the next-best-thing for baby.

ABOUT PEOPLE TOY COMPANY
This beloved Japanese company, People Co., Ltd started in 1977 and has finally arrived in the U.S. and set People Toy Company with a pedigree product line. The company’s three core offerings are Brain Builders, Mochi and People Blocks series. People Toy Company proudly creates fun and educational baby products for the discerning parent. The Mochi series is the winner of the prestigious 2015 Kids Design Award. Another point of pride is their almost-entirely female staff including our COO Kogure Masako and CEO Kiribuchi Chizuko.

Written by Matt

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