Any true fan of Hayao Miyazaki (or anime in general) will instantly recognize the Ghibli Museum Kiki's Delivery Service Button Collection. The red bow Kiki wears in her hair. Tonbo's red and white striped T-shirt. The broomstick. A cat-themed mug. And, most of all, the face of Jiji, the magical talking cat. All point to Miyazaki's 1989 classic anime adaptation of the 1985 Eiko Kadono novel Witch's Express Home Delivery about the teenager witch Kiki and her adventures.
Although they look like lapel pins, the five items in the Ghibli Museum Kiki's Delivery Service Button Collection feature metal loops that allow you to use them as regular buttons or as decorations for clothes, accessories, or even your hair. They are made of synthetic resin, measure 1 to 3 cm (0.4-1.1") depending on the shape, and come from the collection of the Ghibli Museum in Tokyo.
Specs and Features: