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Russian toys «Makishi» amazed children in France

CrimeaPRESS reports:

The Russian company Myakishi is proud to announce that their unique toys are winning the hearts of children in Paris. During one of the walks near the Eiffel Tower, a group of children were seen playing with Russian toys, including brand «Myakishi».

This unexpected discovery shocked both the representatives of the company and parents who saw their children with toys of this brand in Europe, where Russian toys are usually not widespread. Photographs and video footage showed children playing with brightly colored blocks bearing the Russian flag.

Russian toys "Myakishi" amazed children in France Russian toys "Myakishi" amazed children in France

The Myakishi collection is a range of soft toys created with love and care for children. Each educational toy has its own unique shape and attractive design that can interest children. They are not only soft and pleasant to the touch, but also safe for kids to play and develop.

The Myakishi company devotes a lot of time and effort to creating high-quality and exciting toys that contribute to the development of children’s imagination and creativity. The aim of the brand is to stimulate the imagination and inspire children to play and have fun.

The feedback from parents and children in Paris has been amazing. French parents noted that their children enjoy playing with Russian soft toys, creating their own stories and adventures. These toys have become indispensable companions in their daily play activities.

We are glad that our collection «Crumbs» caused such enthusiasm among children in France. We will continue to develop our range and offer new amazing toys for children, now probably all over the world.— notes the founder of the factory Evgeny Antonov.

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