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From the well renowned Studio Ghibli's My Neighbor Totoro, comes this tribute to one of the most famous scenes from the film. This set comes with a brick-built Totoro figure, Satsuki minifigure, Mei minifigure, and a detailed path and surrounding foliage.
Some backstory of the film:
On May 7th, 1993 one of the favorite family movies of all time was launched. The famous anime film director, Hayao Miyazaki directed this movie. Since the time of its launch, many, many kids and families have enjoyed this film, and it has become a true classic in the anime world.
- Brick-built Totoro figure
- Satsuki and Mei minifigures
- Umbrella for Satsuki
- Path made with 1x1 and 2x2 round tiles
- Transparent tiles to give the scene a wet, rainy look
- "Bus Stop" sign
- Three large/posable trees
- Multiple plant variants
This set is a great display piece, but if you prefer, it could also be used for play. You can recreate the nostalgic scene where Satsuki and Mei are waiting for their dad, while they find themselves standing next to the fantastical Totoro creature. Wait with Satsuki, Mei and Totoro for their dad, or venture into the dangerous forest to discover more mysterious fantastical creatures.
Higher quality pictures can be found on my Flickr page: https://www.flickr.com/photos/188448355@N04/
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