We are through. Only a few things is left to buy. They are...
・coffee grinder; we were going to bring the one we were using, but I dropped it on the stone floor and got a crack two weeks before the final shipment. Now, we are doing with pre-ground. Problem is, we brought KRUPS coffee maker (makes 10 cups) we got in the USA back here. Usually, coffee makers sold in Japan has only 5-cup capacity, which leads most electric coffee grinder sold in Japan has only about 50g capacity.
・paper shredder; not the desktop model, since we have absolutely no space on our desk for a shredder, or, no home office desk to begin with. We are doing all paper work on our small dinner table, which itself is pretty common in a Japanese family.
・iron; except I'm in no hurry. My husband's job doesn't require wearing jacket everyday. And all of his dress shirts are wrinkle-free. I only use iron for my quilting, which I don't think I can find a time for.
Shopping these things can be a lot of fun itself, but doing this kind of things day in day out.... not really. I am sick of looking up lists on Amazon.co.jp. and elsewhere.
I started knitting my daughter's everyday shoulder bag for felting using Domino knitting (by Vivian Hoxbro). She needs a plain, hands-free bag to carry a small towel, a clip to make it into an apron when she eats, and a pocket tissue. Sometimes restrooms in public space doesn't have paper towel to dry our hands. Most of the time they have warm-air-type dryer instead, but my daughter doesn't like winds blow onto her face. It's understandable (but it sounds snobby a little when she says so).