curio japanese stroller by goto design curio japanese stroller by goto design
oct 11, 2009

curio japanese stroller by goto design

curio japanese stroller

 

 

 

stroller designs differ all over the world, the curio is a stroller designed especially for japan by goto design. one of the main features that make the design ideal for use in japan is its narrow dimensions which corresponds to the standard width of turnstiles on japan’s railways. the design also folds up into a compact form when not in use and has space underneath for a shopping basket. a sun screen goes over top of the seat and the design can even be modified to attach to the back of a bicycle. the stroller’s passenger is also kept quite comfy thanks to dual shock absorbers that create a smooth ride. the simple design has lots of smart custom features for japan that make you wonder what a stroller designed for your country would look like.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Very nice, excellent design! doe’s it have lighter color options?

    Bear says:
  • Oh my god – another Copy-Paste-Design… Didn’t we have a stroller named Bugaboo..? It looks 99.9% the same (even better) and doesn’t have the option for extremely dangerous bike-coupling… Think about that, dear parents! Try to transport your kids in a Bakfiets… Ways better and safer!

    Sjoerd van Rooijen says:
  • wonderful, better than the Bugaboo

    jul says:
  • Where can I buy one?

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