A fish eating a shrimp? Does that make any sense? It does when you know that there is an expression in Japanese that goes something like "use a shrimp to catch a bream" and is similar to an old English expression "a sprat to catch a mackerel" (i.e., do something small but get a big return). Yes, the Japanese love their puns (and the worse they are, the more they like them!) and the Shrimp and Bream Keychain proves it!
The shrimp in the Shrimp and Bream Keychain comes with a carabiner hook that you can attach to your bag, while the fish (yes, it's a bream) is where your keys go. When you want to lock or unlock your house or car, you can pull out the fish and a 30 cm (11.8") cord extends from the shrimp, allowing you to reach the lock with ease. Add a touch of fun to your everyday routine, thanks to this cute accessory!
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