Stay cozy this winter with the joy that is kigurumi

You probably know these getups as animal onesies here in the U.S. But in Japan, these magnificent, delightfully silly outfits are known as kigurumi, and they’ve gotten quite popular overseas (for obvious reasons).

They used to be pricey to import, but now you can get a huge variety of them on Amazon. If you’ve never owned one, do yourself a favor. Not only do they leave Snuggies in the dust with their warmth, but they’re a lot cuter, too. We’ll share a few of our faves (and yes, we DO own a few).

1. It’s a Pikachu!

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Everyone’s gonna try to catch you, considering how cute you look.Price on Amazon: $28.99+

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2. Matching Red Pandas! Ahhhhh!

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It comes in both adult and child sizes. So you can be the cutest parent/child duo ever.

Price on Amazon: $39.00+

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3. Become a magical unicorn

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We just wanted you to know that these come in not only pink, but also blue, purple, yellow, and white. Because every unicorn is special.

Price on Amazon: $23.49+

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4. No one will cross this cat’s path

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Perfect for cold months, Halloween, and just being plain cute.

Price on Amazon: $39.00+

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5. Become a forest spirit

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The only thing better than seeing a Totoro? Being a Totoro.

Price on Amazon: $24.88

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6.  Eeek, you’re scary!

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But also super cute and snuggly, at the same time.

Price on Amazon: $24.88+

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7. You’re an adorable blue alien

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With the matching slippers, you can go around poking people and telling them “Ohana means family.”

Price on Amazon: $28.99+

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    Colette Bennett

    Colette Bennett

    Colette Bennett is a writer/editor who specializes in web culture, skincare, and all things geek. Her work has appeared on CNN, HLN, Engadget, Kotaku, Colourlovers, and Continue Magazine. She also writes horror and sci-fi fiction for Corona Books and is at work on her second novel.