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Build SPIRITED AWAY’s Bathhouse with Stunning 3D Puzzle

It’s not just the folks at LEGO who are making amazing miniature versions of our favorite pop culture locations from film and TV. According to SoraNews24, fans can now buy their own tiny version of the bathhouse from the Studio Ghibli classic Spirited Away. This amazing kit is available from Ghibli specialty store Donguri Kyowakoku, and you can see several images of this incredible creation down below.

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Donguri Kyowakoku

This wooden set showcases exquisite detailing, and thankfully doesn’t require any cutting or gluing to assemble. The store’s official description for the product describes it as a 3D puzzle, part of Donguri Kyowakoku’s ki-gu-mi line. Although this really does seem like less of a puzzle, and more of a standard build. Because you really won’t need any specialized tools if you choose to make this one for yourself.

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Donguri Kyowakoku

The bathhouse arrives pre-painted and features a series of LED lights that can be switched on for an enchanting effect after dark. The Aburaya build stands at 8.1 inches (20.7 centimeters) tall and 30.3 centimeters across. It does include tiny versions of Chiro Ogino and a No-Face! And yes, the build also includes the bridge which connects the bathhouse’s spirt realm to the normal mortal world.

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Donguri Kyowakoku

In the animated classic Spirited Away, the bathhouse is the central location where most of the story takes place. It’s located on the island Yūya in the Spirit Realm, and is owned by the witch Yubaba, who promises to hire anyone asking for a position as a worker there.

Donguri Kyowakoku has several store locations all over Japan. However, the Spirited Away bathhouse ki-gu-mi set is only available exclusively through the Donguri Kyowakoku online store here, priced at 15,000 yen (US $143). Shipping should start sometime in late November, just in time for the holidays.

Featured Image: Donguri Kyowakoku