If you visit the Ghibli Museum in Tokyo's Mitaka, you find at the reception desk, under a life-size Totoro, a round window with bars like a ship's porthole, behind which are several Susuwatari, the iconic soot sprites from Hayao Miyazaki's My Neighbor Totoro and Spirited Away. The Ghibli Museum Susuwatari Porthole Embroidered Pouch is a reproduction of this window and fan favorite, so this is something that truly discerning Ghibli fans will appreciate!
The Ghibli Museum Susuwatari Porthole Embroidered Pouch is made for children but even adult fans can use it as a very handy mini bag for bare essentials like your phone, charger, basic makeup kit, and so on. It's made of cotton, acrylic, and rayon. It closes with a zipper and the two ends of the zipper have loops where you can attach a strap or cord (not included) to use the pouch as a shoulder bag. If you love Miyazaki's work but don't want to go for the obvious fan merchandise, this pouch is the perfect solution!
Specs and Features:
- Official Ghibli Museum merchandise
- Dimensions: 10.5 x 3 cm (4.1 x 1.1")
- Zipper closure
- Loops for attaching strap (not included)
- Ghibli Museum reception desk decoration on one side, Museo D'Arte Ghibli on the other
- Materials: cotton, acrylic, rayon
- Made in Japan