Japanese paper balloon, Koala
A koala shaped paper 'balloon' from Japan. Supplied folded in to a flattened crescent the balloons are inflated by blowing hard into the small foiled hole that marks the top of their heads, then because they are held in shape by the form of the glued segments and the innate stiffness of the paper rather than the pressure of trapped air, they can be flattened and re-inflated at will. Supplied individually. One supplied.