Being born in the 70s in America, and thus a child of the 80s, I was raised on Hot Wheels. Remember those bendy blue plastic tracks? Little did I know that 10,000 kilometers to the left of me there were kid playing with die cast metal matchbox cars made by Hot Wheels Japanese brother, Tomica (known as Tomy in North America).
And this year they turned 40.
To celebrate their 40 years manufacturing playthings, they’ve set up a small set of exhibits and activities on the 7th floor of the HsinYi area Mitsigoshi Building. For NT$150 kids can participate in 3 different activities in which they can win new matchbox cars, including “old” new models. The 3 games are:
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