Hoodies and bags where that “Mackuro Kurosuke” hides cutely. Ghibli Museum, Mitaka × SOU・SOU original collaboration, new release in autumn!
Kyoto textile brand “SOU・SOU” (Representative Director: Takeyuki Wakabayashi) collaborated with Ghibli Museum, Mitaka (Mitaka City, Tokyo). The new autumn work “Kurosuke”, which will be released on September 23, 2022, casually features “Mackuro Kurosuke”, which appears in Ghibli’s “My Neighbor Totoro” and “Spirited Away”, as a popular staple item of SOU・SOU. A hidden, playful design. The BIKE hoodie, made with great attention to detail, and the durable shoulder bag made of canvas, are a great lineup for autumn outings. All of them are original items that can be purchased only at the Mitaka no Mori Ghibli Museum shop “Manmayuto” and “Online shop Manmayuto”.
BIKE Hoodie ¥17,930 (tax included) / Color: Navy, Gray
A hoodie unique to SOU・SOU, born in the city of bicycle culture, Kyoto. With a large hood, 4 pockets, hand warmer sleeves, etc., it is easy to use for both town cycling and daily wear. *Sold exclusively at the Ghibli Museum, Mitaka online shop
Canvas Yasushi Shoulder Bag 9,680 yen (tax included) Color: navy, unbleached A unique shoulder bag with fabric folded like origami. It is made of domestic canvas and is very durable. There is one pocket on the front side of the main body and one on the inside, and A4 can fit in vertically, so it has excellent practicality and storage capacity. [Image 4
Ise Cotton Kubimaki 3,080 yen (tax included) / Color: Green, Gray “Kubimaki” is recommended for cold weather in seasons with large temperature differences, and for sunburn and air conditioning in summer. It is made from Ise cotton and becomes more comfortable the more it is washed and used, and is worn around the neck like a scarf. Perfect as a gift.
Ise Cotton Kubimaki 3,080 yen (tax included) / Color: Green, Gray “Kubimaki” is recommended for cold weather in seasons with large temperature differences, and for sunburn and air conditioning in summer. The more you wash and use
It is made of Ise cotton, which is comfortable against the skin, and is worn around the neck like a stole. Perfect as a gift.
About the new textile “× Makkuro Kurosuke” for the fall of 2022 [Image 6
SO-SU-U × Makkuro Kurosuke
The “SO-SU-U” pattern with 10 numbers is a representative design of SOU・SOU. This design, which is loved by many people regardless of age or gender, includes Makkurokurosuke, a fairy who appears in Ghibli works “My Neighbor Totoro” and “Spirited Away”. A fun design unique to collaboration.
Pencil x Macro Kurosuke
A new design based on the motif of a pencil that has been used until it becomes small by animators, commonly known as “Chibita Pencil”. SOU・SOU’s typical pop patterns and colors, and black and white black suke that sometimes gets mixed up. This is the birth of a special adorable textile design that will captivate everyone from children to adults.
About Ghibli Museum, Mitaka
The Mitaka City Animation Museum is located in the west garden of Inokashira Onshi Park in Mitaka City, Tokyo. It was invented by Hayao Miyazaki and opened in 2001. Here, many of Hayao Miyazaki’s desires to create a museum like this are scattered throughout. Visitors can become the main characters in the hall, where there is plenty of light and breeze, and they can freely discover their own pleasures. *Tickets for Ghibli Museum, Mitaka must be reserved for a specific date and time. (C) Museo d’Arte Ghibli
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Mitaka no Mori Ghibli Museum Official Online Shop
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[Wakabayashi Co., Ltd. SOU・SOU company profile]
A Kyoto brand that produces textile designs that express the four seasons and tastes of Japan in a pop way. Based on the concept of “Creating a new Japanese culture”, while actively using traditional materials and techniques, we develop manufacturing that is close to modern lifestyles. We manufacture and sell a wide variety of items such as jikatabi, Japanese clothing, Japanese sweets, and furniture. In addition, through collaboration with companies in various fields, we are expanding the possibilities of Japanese textile design. [Contact]
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