Princess Mononoke Yakul Scarf

Hayao Miyazaki anime winter accessory

It is the fate of all faithful steeds in cinema: we always remember their riders but tend to forget their names and how important they were for the story. Take Yakul, the giant serow of Prince Ashitaka from the 1997 anime Princess Mononoke, the first movie by Hayao Miyazaki to achieve international success: you might not even remember its name but it was Yakul that accompanied Ashitaka to the West to find the cure for his wound and get involved in the fight between the gods and people. That same Yakul that can now accompany you as the Princess Mononoke Yakul Scarf!

Like the creature itself, the Princess Mononoke Yakul Scarf comes direct from Studio Ghibli, so you know it's the real thing! The scarf is about 1 x 85 x 6 cm (4.3 x 33.5 x 2.4"), is made of soft polyester, and features Yakul's head, front legs, tail, and hind legs on either end. When you cross the ends over in front of your neck, it's like Yakul is sitting there on your chest, waiting to continue its journey. The scarf is so pretty you will want to wear it even when the weather isn't cold!

Specs and Features:

  • Official Studio Ghibli merchandise
  • Dimensions: approx. 11 x 85 x 6 cm (4.3 x 33.5 x 2.4")
  • Material: polyester
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