Ghibli Museum My Neighbor Totoro Button Collection
Studio Ghibli anime character clothing accessories
Everyone knows and loves Totoro, the forest spirit that has lent its name to the 1988 Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli anime classic My Neighbor Totoro. But only true fans of the movie will understand what the Ghibli Museum My Neighbor Totoro Button Collection is – and will immediately want one. Because these somewhat weird shapes of the buttons recreate the opening credits sequence. And two of the buttons even make up the name of Totoro in Japanese!
The Ghibli Museum My Neighbor Totoro Button Collection contains six buttons, all shaped like the white Chibi Totoro as he appears in the first minutes of My Neighbor Totoro. They are between 1 and 1.5 cm (0.4-0.6") in size and made of resin with metal loops on their back. This means that you can either use them as regular buttons on your favorite shirt, cardigan, or sweater, as decorative pins on clothes, or even in your hair using a hairpin. As for the backing paper they come with, it's just the right shape and size to use as a bookmark!
Specs and Features:
- Official Ghibli Museum merchandise
- Contains 10 buttons with metal loops
- Buttons shaped like Chibi Totoro from the film's opening credits
- Backing paper can be used as bookmark
- Dimensions: 1-1.5 cm (0.4-0.6")
- Material: resin
- Handmade: may vary slightly from images
- Made in Japan