Introducing the ‘bikkuri case’


by Bellamy /

2 min read

The Bikkuri film case
Yes, that is right, we have a new film case for you. In light of popular request I have decided to release the Bikkuri film case. Bikkuri means surprise in Japanese, and each one of these cases is a surprise, you don’t quite know what you are going to get. These are the same fujifilm cases that were on offer previously, except for one difference, these ones come full to the brim with 10 rolls of film! But as these are the Bikkuri cases, you are going to be in for a surprise, as you will not know what is inside until you open the case. But don’t worry, you are not going to open the case to find a bunch of cheap, expired film. These cases will have a selection of interesting, unusual, regular and fun films inside them. Some of the films that you might find in your case are going to be unique or soon to be discontinued films, which makes them all the more special.

Initially there are going to be 4 different cases available:
The Mono Bikkuri case
Exactly what you think it is. Only monochrome films inside this little beauty. So who knows what it will be? Acros? Neopan? Fomapan? This is it, you just don’t know. But trust me, there will be an interesting enough selection to put a smile on your face.
Price: 6500 Yen plus shipping
The Color Bikkuri case
Does what is says on the tin, and interesting selection of colour films for you, ranging from Agfa Vista and Solaris, through Fuji Premium, Astia, Venus and Natura, right up to Pro H and Portra. Only the lords of film know what is inside each case.
Price: 7500 yen plus shipping
The Reversal Bikkuri case
Provia, Velvia, EliteChrome…good golly, there could even be some T64 in there, you just don’t know. But know this, it will only have slide film inside.
Price: 8000 yen plus shipping
The Premium Bikkuri case
The premium Bikkuri case for the discerning customer. A classic selection of the very best of the best. Only the high end films in this case, no Kodak Gold for you, oh no. This case will have a selection of Mono, color neg and positive films of the very highest level. The Rolls Royce of film cases.
Price: 10,000 yen plus shipping

All films supplied will be 36exp rolls, so you know you are getting the value for your cash, no 24 exp rolls quietly tucked inside to sour the deal.
I am open to requests, if you want a case personalized to your requirements please let me know, and we can arrange that for you too.
For details on payment and ordering please contact me here through this contact form.


5 comments on “Introducing the ‘bikkuri case’”

    Craig Nisnewitz December 11, 2011 at 9:49 am / Reply


    I live in New York and want to buy two cases.
    What is the cost and how can I pay for it?

    Craig Nisnewitz

      Bellamy December 11, 2011 at 8:36 pm /

      Check out the page. At the bottom there is a link. Click on that and you can mail me directly.

    Karen December 15, 2011 at 12:45 am / Reply

    My son has put these cases on his wish list!!!!! How would I get them! He is an AVID camera guy in Brooklyn!

      Bellamy December 15, 2011 at 7:10 am /

      Thanks for the comment. There is a link on the front page to the store. They are available there.

    wonjune January 16, 2014 at 10:21 am / Reply


    I was wondering if you could tell me whether I can buy the ‘bikkuri case’.
    I live in Korea.
    I am looking forward to your reply.
    Thank you.

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