My Neighbor Totoro Mother’s Day Gift Set is Inspired by the Corn Mei Gives to Her Mother

28.March.2020 | ANIME&GAME / FASHION

The My Neighbor Totoro corn gift set is a hugely popular item sold in Japan for Mother’s Day. It will be released again this April at Donguri Kyowakoku stores across Japan and on the Sora no Ue online shop.

Studio Ghibli’s films never fail to warm the hearts of viewers. One of these feelsy moments is seen in the movie My Neighbor Totoro when Mei picks corn for her mother and treks her way to the hospital to give it to her. This gift set is inspired by that corn inside which is wrapped a lunch bag and handkerchief with illustrations of a lively Totoro and fresh vegetables.

My Neighbor Totoro 2020 Corn Gift Set – ¥2,727 (Before Tax)

The corn set is the same size as a real corn, and is sure to bring a smile to your mother’s face. If she’s yet to see the film, you’ll have to try convincing her to watch it. Pre-orders for the gift are now open.

Kiki’s Delivery Service UV Protection 33 – ¥2,300 (Before Tax)

Whisper of the Heart UV Protection 33 – ¥2,300 (Before Tax)

Protect yourself from UV rays with these new protection creams based on the Studio Ghibli films Kiki’s Delivery Service and Whisper of the Heart. The cream is made with organic plant based ingredients, and it can be used all over your body, whether for your morning and nighttime skin care routines or body when you get out the bath. The cream spreads across the skin easily and so is a recommended base for your make-up too. This is a great gift to get together with the corn set.

Treat mom to a special present this year by heading over to Donguri Kyowakoku.

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  • Studio Ghibli’s Kiki’s Delivery Service and Whisper of the Heart Get Fragrance Candle Release

    15.October.2020 | ANIME&GAME / FASHION

    Donguri Closet is releasing two new fragrance candles this month inspired by the hit Studio Ghibli animated feature films Kiki’s Delivery Service and Whisper of the Heart.

     

    Donguri Closet is a store brand in Japan which is a branch of the official Studio Ghibli merchandise shop Donguri Kyowakoku managed by Benelic.

    The Donguri Closet brand focuses on the heroines of Studio Ghibli’s moviesーfemale characters who are by nature gentle but all of whom are strong women. The brand’s concept centres on being a place where people can be themselves through the merch.

    Kiki’s Delivery Service Fragrance Candle – A Fulfilling Day (Citrus) | ¥2,700 (Before Tax)

    The Kiki’s Delivery Service candle bears the words written by Kiki to her mother and father in a letter, in English:

    Everything at work seems to be falling into place nicely. I’m even starting to gain some confidence. There are still times when I feel sad… but all in all, I sure love this town.

    The candle is a relaxing citrus fragrance to fill you with positivity.

    Whisper of the Heart Fragrance Candle – Close Love (Berries) | ¥2,700 (Before Tax)

    The Whisper of the Heart candle features the words written by the Baron, who appears in the protagonist Shizuku Tsukishima’s dreams, in English:

    Louise and I were happy… because he had made us so we could love each other.

    The candle smells of sweet berries to relax you during those times you can’t settle.

     

    Once you’ve used up the candle, you can reuse the beautiful glass it comes in which has plants inside it.

  • Tokuma Shoten Publishing released a new picture book entitled Studio Ghibli no Ironna Kurashi in Japan on October 9, 2020 which is centred on the everyday lives of the protagonists from 13 of Studio Ghibli’s animated feature films.

    The book looks at where the characters of these films reside and what kinds of lives they live, whether it be in the Toxic Jungle of Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, or Sophie taking up the role of the cleaning lady in Howl’s Moving Castle, or Sosuke and Lisa who live upon the cliff in Ponyo.

    Life in the castle in Howl’s Moving Castle ©2004 Studio Ghibli・NDDMT

    Who’s who in the family? What kind of house do they live in? What job do they work? These are the questions that the book will answer as it delves deep into the livelihoods of the globally-beloved characters conceived by the incredible minds of Studio Ghibli.

    The town of Koriko in Kiki’s Delivery Service ©1989 Eiko Kadono・Studio Ghibli・N

    Arrietty’s house in The Secret World of Arrietty ©2010 Studio Ghibli・NDHDMTW

    Noboru Yoshida (Art Supervisor for The Secret World of Arrietty)

    The house that Satsuki and Mei move to in My Neighbor Totoro, the dwelling of Totoro, the wartime life of Seita and Setsuko living in Kobe in Grave of the Fireflies, the town where Kiki begins her life living alone at the age of 13, and so on.

     

    The book is a must-have in the collection of any fans of Studio Ghibli, and is sure to make you want to step into those magical worlds once again.

  • Hayao Miyazaki Exhibition to Open Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles

    13.September.2020 | ANIME&GAME / MOVIE / SPOT

    The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures has announced that its inaugural temporary exhibition will be a retrospective honouring the internationally beloved and celebrated Academy Award-winning filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki of Studio Ghibli. It will open on April 30, 2021.

    Photo by Joshua White JWPictures/©Academy Museum Foundation

    It will take place inside the Marilyn and Jeffrey Katzenberg Gallery and will hail as the first North American museum retrospective dedicated to the work of Miyazaki. Works will be curated by the museum’s Exhibition Curator Jessica Niebel and Assistant curator J. Raúl Guzmán.


    lmageboard, ‘My Neighbor Totoro’ (1988), Hayao Miyazaki © 1988 Studio Ghibli


    Still Image, ‘Spirited Away’ (2001), Hayao Miyazaki © 2001 Studio Ghibli・NDDTM

    The lineup will showcase over 300 objects include original imageboards, character designs, storyboards, layouts, backgrounds, posters, and cels, all from the archives of Studio Ghibli. Fans of Studio Ghibli and Miyazaki’s works can look forward to seeing their favourite films celebrated such as My Neighbor Totoro (1988) and the Academy Award-winning Spirited Away (2001).

     

    Hayao Miyazaki Exhibition – What to Expect

    Tree Tunnel


    Still Image, ‘My Neighbor Totoro’ (1988), Hayao Miyazaki © 1988 Studio Ghibli

    Journey through the iconic “Tree Tunnel” conceived by Hayao Miyazaki for the film My Neighbor Totoro just like 4-year-old Mei does when chasing the mini Totoro.

     

    Creating Characters


    Still Image, ‘Kiki’s Delivery Service’ (1989), Hayao Miyazaki © 1989 Eiko Kadono・Studio Ghibli・N

    Creating Characters will introduce Hayao Miyazaki’s many protagonists from such celebrated works as My Neighbor TotoroPrincess Mononoke, and more. This will include original character design illustrations as well as pieces never before exhibited outside of Japan.

     

    Making Of


    Imageboard, ‘Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind’ (1984), Hayao Miyazaki © 1984 Studio Ghibli・H

    The Making Of section will illustrate Miyazaki’s early career and the founding of Studio Ghibli together with the deceased Isao Takahata, as well as the process of producing an animated feature film such as Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984). Early works showcased will include, but are not limited to, the television anime series Heidi, Girl of the Alps (1974) which Isao Takahata was also involved in as an animator, and The Castle of Cagliostro (1979).

     

    Creating Worlds


    Background Image, ‘Spirited Away’ (2001), Hayao Miyazaki © 2001 Studio Ghibli・NDDTM

    Creating Worlds will capture the contrast between beautiful, natural environments and industrial settings, a theme that Miyazaki often explores in his movies. This will include a look at original storyboards from Laputa: Castle in the Sky (1986), as well as concept sketches and background images that offer a peek into the imagination of Miyazaki. It will also look at the famous bath house of Spirited Away, the underwater world of Ponyo (2008), and themes of ‘flying’ as seen in Porco Rosso (1992) and The Wind Rises (2013).

     

    Sky View Installation

    A must-see at the exhibition is the Sky View installation which captures one of Miyazaki’s other themes: the desire to lay back and relax, have a day off, think, and dream.

     

    Transformations

    Transformations will explore the metamorphoses Miyazaki’s characters and settings often experience, such as the influences that human beings have on the natural world like in Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind.

     

    Magical Forest

    Magical Forest, with its Mother Tree installation, will highlight the interconnected aspects of humans, nature, and the spiritual worlds, such as the Kodama forest spirits seen in Princess Mononoke.

    Photo of Hayao Miyazaki by Nicolas Guerin

     

    Toshio Suziki, Studio Ghibli Producer & Co-Founder | Comment

    “It is an immense honor that Hayao Miyazaki is the inaugural temporary exhibition at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures. Miyazaki’s genius is his power of remembering what he sees. He opens drawers in his head to pull out these visual memories to create characters, landscapes and structures that are busting with originality. It is our hope that visitors will be able to experience the entire scope of Hayao Miyazaki’s creative process through this exhibition. I am deeply grateful to all those who have been instrumental in presenting this exhibition.”

     

    Bill Kramer, Academy Director | Comment

    “We could not be more excited to launch our new institution with the most comprehensive presentation of Hayao’s Miyazaki’s work to date. Honoring the masterful career of this international artist is a fitting way to open our doors, signifying the global scope of the Academy Museum.”

     

    Jessica Niebel, Academy Museum Exhibitions Curator | Comment

    “Hayao Miyazaki has a singular ability to capture how we perceive life, with all its ambiguities and complexities. It has been a privilege to collaborate with Studio Ghibli in creating an exhibition that will appeal to the most avid Miyazaki fan and those not yet familiar with his work.”

  • Enter the World Of My Neighbor Totoro in Japan’s Oita and Miyazaki Prefectures

    14.August.2020 | ANIME&GAME / SPOT

    My Neighbor Totoro is one of Studio Ghibi’s most celebrated animated feature films, adored by people around the world. If you’ve visited Japan, you’re bound to have run into something Totoro-related, but did you know there’s actually several locations in Kyushu which takes it to the next level, bringing the world of the film to life?

     

    Today, we are joined by Rie who posts her Kyushu travels on her Instagram page. She has provided us with photos of these amazing spots, which are must-visits for Totoro fans, along with her thoughts.

     

    Tataragi Bus Stop | Hita, Oita Prefecture

    When you roll up to Tataragi Bus Stop (多々良木バス停) in Oita’s city of Hita, you are welcomed by a giant piece of wall art made into the moss that grows on the wall. This bus stop is actually a stop used exclusively by school buses, so ordinary people can’t actually catch a bus here. And unfortunately, you won’t see any cat buses running down the street if you wait long enough in the rain, but it’s still a must-visit for fans.

    Address: Amagasemachi Gota, Hita, Oita, Japan (In Japanese: 大分県日田市天瀬町合田)

     

    Totoro’s Forest | Saiki, Oita Prefecture

    This area is visited by many tourists and sightseers throughout the year because of how similar it looks to something from My Neighbor Totoro. There is a small park near the bus stop which is known as Totoro no Mori (Totoro’s Forest).

    Being surrounded by nature, enveloped by the green trees and foliage, makes you feel like Mei and Satsuki from the movie. It’s like being transported back to my childhood. It’s a strange place that makes you feel nostalgic even if it’s your first time visiting.

    Address: 1368 Ume Oaza Minamitabaru, Saiki-shi, Oita Prefecture (In Japanese: 大分県佐伯市宇目大字南田原轟1368)

     

    Takahara, Miyazaki Prefecture

    The next spot I want to show you is where an ordinary person made their very own Totoro statue. If you hold up an umbrella in the rain you can take a photo that recreates that one scene from te movie. There is a sign nearby the statue with a caution written on it as the Totoro is actually inside a family garden. When visiting to take a photo, please make sure to follow the caution and not cause any trouble for people in the neighbouring area.

    Address: 7538-6 Kamamuta, Takaharu, Nishimorokata-gun, Miyazaki Prefecture (In Japanese: 宮崎県西諸島県群高原町大字蒲牟田7538-6)

     

    Rie posts photos of all her visits around Kyushu on Instagram, so if you’re thinking of ever visiting there, be sure to follow her for ideas on where to go.

     

    Photos by Rie

    *The information listed in this article is correct at the time of publishing

  • Kiki’s Delivery Service 2-Way One Piece Dresses Released by Donguri Closet in Japan

    06.August.2020 | ANIME&GAME / FASHION

    Donguri Closet is releasing two new “2-way shirt one piece” dresses inspired by Kiki’s clothes from the Studio Ghibli animated film Kiki’s Delivery Service.

     

    Donguri Closet is a brand by the official Studio Ghibli merchandise shop Donguri Kyowakoku, which is managed by Benelic.

    Kiki’s Delivery Service 2-Way Shirt One Piece – Essential Kiki | ¥6,800 (Before Tax)

    The one piece dresses come in two colour variations, one of which is based on Kiki’s regular dress, and the other inspired by the pastries sold at the bakery she works at in the movie.

    Kiki’s Delivery Service 2-Way Shirt One Piece – Bread Wreath | ¥6,800 (Before Tax)

    The dresses are one size fits all, but measure for those who stand at 150cm-168cm tall. Both are made from cotton and hemp so feel soft on the body and are the perfect choice for the hot weather. The dresses can also be worn like a Japanese haori if you undo all of the buttons, giving it more of a shirt look.

    Dress like Kiki with these new dresses from Donguri Closet.

  • Studio Ghibli Themed Japanese Trinkets Released in Japan For Summer

    13.June.2020 | ANIME&GAME / FASHION / MOVIE

    A new collection of summer themed Japanese trinkets have been released at branches of the official Studio Ghibli shop Donguri Kyowakoku and its online store Sora no Ue in Japan, including five different folding fans based on My Neighbor TotoroKiki’s Delivery Service, and Spirited Away.

    Sensu Folding Fans: ¥2,980 Each (Before Tax)

    Studio Ghibli themed folding fans are a popular product every year at Donguri Kyowakoku and Sora no Ue. This year, the designs contrast vivid colours of the main fan face with vivid colours along the frame. The handles are also fitted with  cute ornaments. These ornaments aren’t available with the mini fans however.

    Pouch Bags (2 Designs): ¥1,800 Each (Before Tax)

    These pouch bags are the perfect coordination partner when combined with a folding fan. The designs give a real yukata-wearing Japanese summer festival vibe.

    My Neighbor Totoro Wind Chime: ¥3,200 (Before Tax)

    Also available to buy is this My Neighbor Totor wind chime carefully crafted by the artisans over at Oiden, a company that has been around since 1852.

     

    What better way to spend summer than with the characters of Studio Ghibli?

  • Studio Ghibli Merchandise Collection ‘Donguri Closet’ Opens For Grown-Up Fans

    09.May.2020 | ANIME&GAME / FASHION

    Donguri Kyowakoku Sora no Ue, the official online shop for Studio Ghibli merchandise in Japan, has released its new Donguri Closet line for grown-up fans of the animation studio which will run for a limited time only.

    The new Donguri Closet brand focuses on the heroines of Studio Ghibli’s moviesーfemale characters who are by nature gentle but all of whom are strong women. The brand’s concept centres on being a place where people can be themselves through the merch. The collection is available to buy on Donguri Kyowakoku Sora no Ue.

    This textile series features both big Totoro and small Totoro running around playing while surrounded by mint leaves.

    Mini Pouch – ¥1,600 (Before Tax)

     

    Clear Pouch – ¥1,800 (Before Tax)

    The line-up is packed full of items you can use in your everyday life, from pouches to tote bags and more.

    Left: Kiki’s Departure Mini Towel – ¥600 (Before Tax) / Right: Baron & Louise Mini Towel – ¥600 (Before Tax)

    The mini towels feel soft on the skin and are embroidered with delicate flowers. Their small size means you can carry them around with you everywhere in your bag.

    Whisper of the Heart Embroidered Brooch Collection (Box of 10) – ¥7,000 (Before Tax)

    A Whisper of the Heart version of the store’s popular embroidered brooch collection enters the fray.

    The Donguri Closet collection is available for a limited time only so be sure to check out the official website.

  • 6 Mother’s Day Gift Ideas From Japan | MOSHI MOSHI NIPPON

    01.May.2020 | FASHION / FEATURES / FOOD

    Mother’s Day is set to fall on May 10 in numerous countries around the world, including Japan. A lot of people are unable to return home in the current climate, so we’ve compiled a list of perfect gifts to send mothers this year.

     

    1: Japanese Candy Coloured Ink @ GINZA TSUTAYA BOOKS

    This new collection of ink was made in collaboration with Kyoto-based stationery maker Tag Stationery. The array of colours are inspired by traditional Japanese wagashi confections from the Edo Period. They have a spring aesthetic to them and so are the perfect choice for writing a letter or card to your mother this Mother’s Day.

     

    GINZA TSUTAYA BOOKS “Edo Confection Ink”
    Release Date: May 1, 2020
    T-SITE SHOPPING: https://bit.ly/2K5BET5

     

    2: SHIRO “Hand Freshener 80” Hand Mist

    Japanese cosmetic brand SHIRO recently released its new “Hand Refreshing Series” of hand sanitisers that both clean and keep hands moisturised. Their new product Hand Refreshener 80 is a hand mist and comes in two fragrances: “Chakrasana,” is an original blend of fresh orange, spicy cloves, and geraniums, and “Sabon” which has a fresh soapy smell.

     

    Full Details: https://www.moshimoshi-nippon.jp/314729

     

    SHIRO Hand Refreshing Series

    Official Website: https://shiro-shiro.jp/

     

    3:My Neighbor Totoro Mother’s Day Gift Set by Donguri Kyowakoku

    The My Neighbor Totoro corn gift set is a hugely popular item sold in Japan for Mother’s Day and is now available again this year at Donguri Kyowakoku stores across Japan and on the Sora no Ue online shop. It’s inspired by the corn that Mei picks for her hospitalised mother in the Studio Ghibli film My Neighbor Totoro. Wrapped inside is a lunch bag and handkerchief with illustrations of a lively Totoro and fresh vegetables.

     

    Full Details: https://www.moshimoshi-nippon.jp/309219

     

    Donguri Kyowakoku Branch List: http://benelic.com/donguri/list.php

    Donguri Kyowakoku Sora no Ue Online Shop: http://www.donguri-sora.com

     

     

    4: Ippukubox

    For many of us, our time indoors has increased. The Ippukubox is a matcha making set which comes with everything you need to make authentic Japanese matcha at home. It comes with all the necessary gear for making matcha: a chawan cup, chasen tea whisk, chashaku teaspoon, and a natsume tea caddy for preserving your matcha. This is a great gift to treat your mother to so she can sit back and relax with a cup of hot matcha!

     

    Full Details: https://www.moshimoshi-nippon.jp/316213

     

    Ippukubox: https://o-takahashikogei.com

     

    5: ORBIS RELEASE By Touch Series

    The new RELEASE By Touch series by ORBIS is a line of hair care items, including a shampoo that cares for both the hair and scalp. A perfect gift for maximum relaxation at home during bath time.

     

    Full Details: https://www.moshimoshi-nippon.jp/318125

     

    RELEASE By Touch Series

    Official Website: https://www.orbis.co.jp/

     

     

    6: The Number One Gift: Home Cafe

    Since we can’t go out and enjoy ourselves at a cafe during these times, why not bring the cafe experience indoors? If you’re living at home with your mother, then why not treat her to a homemade dessert or drink? Check out the recipes below if you need some inspiration.

     

    Stay Home: 5 Simple and Kawaii Fruit Sandwiches to Try Making During the Lockdown

    Stay Home: 6 Toast Arrangements to Bring the Cafe Experience to Your Home During the Lockdown

     

    We pray for amazing Mother’s Days for all mothers around the world on May 10, 2020.

  • Kiki’s Delivery Service Wristwatch Released in Collaboration with BABY-G

    07.February.2019 | ANIME&GAME / FASHION

    GBL is a Japanese brand that sells casual American style apparel with designs and motifs taken from Studio Ghibli movies.

     

    To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Kiki’s Delivery Service and the brand has teamed up with BABY-G, which is also celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, to release a wristwatch inspired by the internationally beloved film.

    The base for the wristwatch is the BGD-501 model which was a tremendously popular design in Japan in the 2000’s. The limited edition anniversary item is littered with Kiki design.


    The watch’s dial is inspired by the movie’s poster advertised when the film was released which featured Kiki working at the counter of Gütiokipänjä Bakery. When the watch’s internal back-light shines you can see the bakery’s logo.

    The timepiece’s body comes with in matte black making it easy to co-ordinate with outfits.

     

    Donguri Kyowakoku is taking online orders from early March and will sell it in-store from early April. Further information will be made available in the near future on GBL’s brand site and Instragram page.

  • Studio Ghibli Shop ‘Closet’ Releases My Neighbor Totoro Denim Merchandise

    03.October.2018 | ANIME&GAME / FASHION

    Closet is a new brand created by Donguri Kyowakoku―the official Studio Ghibli merch shop in Japan―and they’ve just unveiled a new series of denim goods embroidered with My Neighbor Totoro designs. The new merch will drop at the Lazona Kawasaki Plaza branch of Closet and at shops stocking the Closet brand from October 13.

     

    Closet Limited Edition – My Neighbor Totoro Denim Series – Tote Bag: ¥2,300 (Pre-Tax)

     

    Closet is a new spin-off brand from Donguri Kyowakoku whose products focus on the heroines of the Studio Ghibli filmography who wield a strong heart under their kindness.

    My Neighbor Totoro Denim Series – Lunch Tote Bag: ¥2,100 (Pre-Tax)

     

    The brand’s first permanent shop opened in Lazona Kawasaki in March this year where they stock a whole variety of Ghibli items aimed at women including cosmetics, pouches, accessories and more.

    My Neighbor Totoro Denim Series – Mini Pouch: ¥1,500 (Pre-Tax)

    My Neighbor Totoro Denim Series – Pouch w/Gusset: ¥1,700 (Pre-Tax)

     

    This is the second denim series in the line following the Kiki’s Delivery Service run of embroidered denim items. There are four pieces in total: a tote bag, lunch tote bag, mini pouch and a pouch with a gusset.

     

    If you’re a Totoro fan then be sure to check out this delicately crafted series.

  • Kaori’s Easy Recipe: Totoro Black Sesame Seed Purin

    05.August.2018 | ANIME&GAME / FEATURES / FOOD

    With just a small bit of ingenuity, turn everyday food into something cute using Kaori’s recipe series! With a few simple ideas, an ordinary recipe magically transforms into a cute dish.

     

    In this character recipe you’ll learn how to make a Totoro black sesame seed purin.

     

    1: Ingredients

    Black Sesame Purin Mix (purchased from Daiso)

    Milk

    Pura Chocolate (Swiss chocolate also fine)

    Transparent Jar (Weck jar used)

    ☆For Decorating:

    Almonds

    Fresh Cream

    Fruits of your choice

     

    2: Cook the black sesame seed purin according to the box instructions and leave to cool.

     

    3: Cut the chocolate into eyes, a nose and stomach and decorate the features with a chocolate pen. Make a leaf with a green pura chocolate.

    ☆Cool each part in the refrigerator to fully harden.

     

     

    4: One the chocolate in step 3 has solidified, place it on the inner side of the jar as shown in the photo.

    Add whiskers with the chocolate pen.

     

    ☆Once everything is in position, leave it to cool in the refrigerator once more.

     

     

    5: After cooling again, pour in your black sesame seed purin mix from step 2.

    ☆If you do not leave the chocolate to completely harden it will fall off.

    ☆Place in the fridge once more to harden and you’re done!

    Finish off by decorating with fresh cream, add almonds for ears and top with a cherry.

     

    Kaori invites you into her world of character-themed food dishes in her recipe series. Be sure to check out her Instagram where she has uploaded many pictures of her character dishes!

     

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    Kaori Kubota (@kaopan27)
    I live in Hokkaido and I love to make character-shaped meals, desserts and breads.
    I enjoy making character foods because I want to see my family smiling.
    My character foods and character bento boxes are introduced on my Instagram page→@kaopan27

  • My Neighbor Totoro Collaborates with Traditional Japanese Shigaraki Potteryware

    26.July.2018 | ANIME&GAME

    Shigaraki ware is a traditional type of pottery and stoneware made in the town of Shigaraki in Shiga Prefecture. Village Vanguard is now selling a range of Shigaraki ware in collaboration with the Studio Ghibli movie My Neighbor Totoro including ornaments, chopstick rest, cups and more.

    Shigaraki is one of Japan’s Six Ancient Kilns and has a distinct warm colour made by the kiln it’s fired in.

    The Totoro set features Totoro himself as well as Blue Totoro and White Totoro. Each ornament is handcrafted expertly and incorporates the distinct craft of Shigaraki. Check out Totoro’s huge smile!

    There’s also a Totoro LED light that sways with warm light like a candle. It can be used as a mini light for your desk.

    There’s also 4 different chopstick rests―the three Totoros and Soot Sprites―as well as white and green cups.

     

    Get your hands on these items from this collaboration between My Neighbor Totori and a traditional Japanese craft.

     

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