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 | My Neighbor Totoro

Miniatuart | My Neighbor Totoro

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Miniatuart | My Neighbor Totoro features the iconic scene depicting Totoro and his two friends Chû-Totoro (Medium Totoro) and Chibi-Totoro (Little Totoro)  as they plant acorns.

What we love about it:

  • Cute and detailed paper art set, perfect for miniatuart enthusiasts. 
  • Breathtaking details that instantly transport you into the stories of Miyazaki Hayao.
  • Features the iconic Totoro, from the beloved film My Neighbor Totoro.


  • Officially approved by Studio Ghibli
  • Scale: Nonscale
  • Dimensions of assembled paper craft: Totoro (L 58 x D 52 x H 86 mm) Chû-Totoro (L 23 x 20 x 34 mm) Chibi-Totoro (14 x 11 x 26 mm)
  • Difficulty level: difficult
  • Material: paper
  • Recommended for ages 12 years and older.
  • Assembly time required: about 8 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 lose your physical instructions and would like a PDF version, email us at and we would be happy to help you out!

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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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