Miniatuart, made in Kyoto

Simply cut out and glue together!
With these kits of laser-cut paper pieces you can create intricate 3-D scenes from Japan and Studio Ghibli movies. Established in 1963 in Kyoto, Japan, Sankei began by creating models of historic architecture for museum exhibitions and this “museum-level” attention to detail is reflected in their Miniatuart models.

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Miniatuart | Kiki's Delivery Service: The Bakery

Miniatuart | Kiki's Delivery Service: The Bakery

Regular price $ 49.00 USD
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Enjoy recreating Koriko's town bakery "Gütiokipänjä" from the charming Ghibli film "Kiki's Delivery Service". This is the place where Kiki begins her delivery service, delivering the bakery goods to customers on her broom. The completed miniatuart can be enjoyed from 360 degrees.
P.S Did you know? The name of the bakery is a pun from the popular children's game, rock, paper scissors! (rock gu, scissors choki, paper pa and bakery panya)


  • Scale: 1/150
  • Officially approved by Studio Ghibli
  • Dimensions of assembled paper craft: W97 x D140 x H72 mm
  • Difficulty level: Hard
  • Material: paper
  • Recommended for ages 12 years and older.
  • Assembly time required: about 2 hours.
  • Made in Kyoto, Japan.
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What are the instructions like?

The instructions are in Japanese but they are basically a series of diagrams and are easy to follow. If you have any questions or would like a PDF version, send us an email at and we would be happy to help you out!

Ready to begin?

Our Tool Kit has everything you'll need! A Cutting Mat

, Ultra-fine Curved Tweezers, 

Quick Dry Hobby Glue and a Craft Knife.

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