Bluefin Brings Studio Ghibli 3D Puzzles to North America

Friday, December 14th, 2018

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Bluefin, a North American distributor of collectibles and toys from Japan and Asia, has announced a series of Studio Ghibli 3D Puzzles. These 3D puzzle sets are designed to commemorate some of Studio Ghibli’s anime films and characters. Today’s press released announced a series of five 3D puzzle sets that are planned to have a retail release in North America sometime in the spring of 2019. You can however pre-order them now. They are produced by the Japanese puzzle company known as Ensky.

You can find out more about Bluefin and their product lines at https://bluefinbrands.com. Below is more information on each of the five Studio Ghibli 3D Puzzles.

 

“My Neighbor Totoro” Totoro & Acorn Mini 3D Puzzle


 

Price: $12.00

Official Description:

Create Totoro in his Acorn with this fun and easy to assemble three-dimensional puzzle that combines various shaped puzzle pieces. Completed puzzle is approximately 2½-inches high; 1¾-inches wide. After completion, it can be disassembled and reconstructed again. Makes a unique interior décor item. Puzzle set includes 14 pieces.

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“My Neighbor Totoro” Totoro Big 3D Puzzle


 

Price: $25.00

Official Description:

Fans are invited to build the beloved character from the acclaimed Studio Ghibli movie. 3D puzzle set includes 25 pieces. The completed puzzle stands approximately 4-inches high.

oprainfall | Studio Ghibli 3D Puzzles

“Kiki’s Delivery Service” Jiji Cat Mini 3D Puzzle


 

Price: $12.00

Official Description:

Construct a whimsical 3D rendition of Jiji in a sitting pose. The completed puzzle features a moveable head. Puzzle set includes 10 pieces. Figure stands approximately 2½-inches high.

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“Spirited Away” No Face Mini 3D Puzzle


 

Price: $12.00

Official Description:

This memorable character from the iconic Studio Ghibli film is available as a 3D puzzle kit. Puzzle set includes 10 pieces. Completed figure stands approximately 2½-inches high.

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“Princess Mononoke” Kodama Tree Spirit Mini 3D Puzzle


 

Price: $12.00

Official Description:

The whimsical Tree Spirit from the memorable Studio Ghibli film is available as a 3D puzzle kit. Puzzle set includes 9 pieces. The completed figure stands approximately 2½-inches high and makes a unique addition to any collector’s Princess Mononoke collection.

 

 

 

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