Totoro Butterfly Mini Rubber Stamp


Regular price $6.00

Original Totoro & Butterfly Rubber Stamp from Studio Ghibli - My Neighbor Totoro

A heartwarming Totoro looking at flowers and butterflies ♪
  • Size: Size: 1.9cm x 1.9cm (0.7” x 0.7”)
  • Made in Japan
  • Includes 1 rubber stamp
Kurosuke also called Susuwatari, known as "soot sprites" or "dust bunnies", is the name of a fictitious sprite that was devised by Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli, known from the famous anime-productions My Neighbor Totoro (1988) and Spirited Away (2001) where, in the former, they are identified as "black soots" in early subtitles. These golf ball-sized, pitch-black and fuzzy-haired beings with two large eyes are known for hovering around in dark corners or an empty house. They make a squeaky murmuring sound when excited, and dissolve into powder (soot) if crushed.

Totoro is a character in the Japanese animated film "My Neighbor Totoro" by Studio Ghibli in 1988. Totoro is a giant furry creature with grey fur and a beige belly.  He has big eyes, pointy ears, long whiskers along with large paws and long claws. He is the spirit of the forest and lives in a beautiful forest. This film was released 30 years ago, but he is still loved by many people.

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