Japanese snow lantern festival canceled, so snow artist makes Studio Ghibli snowmen outside home instead
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As their profile states, Japanese Twitter user Toshinyan (@mokomoko_2015) becomes a "snowman craftsman" when winter rolls around.
As you can see from some of their works in the past, it's a very fitting description. Toshinyan has made some very amazing and detailed snow sculptures with characters from Pokémon Legends: Arceus, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, Dragon Ball, and Urusei Yatsura!
As a snowman craftsman, Toshinyan was scheduled to participate in a snow lantern festival, this year, but it was unfortunately canceled. That didn't stop the talented snow artist, however. Instead, they decided to turn front of their house into a miniature snow festival with charming Studio Ghibli characters.
Toshinyan crafted adorable "snowmen" modeled after the bobbled-headed kodama creatures from Princess Mononoke and miniature Totoros from My Neighbor Totoro. The tiny Totoros even have an opening in their mouth to light up just like a snow lantern.
"The snow lantern festival I was going to take part in was canceled, so I held it at my house."
This isn't the first time Toshinyan has decorated their home with snowy Studio Ghibli characters, in the past they built these superb Totoro and Catbus from My Neighbor Totoro, Laputian Robot from Castle in the Sky, and Porco Rosso sculptures as well!
For more stunning anime snow sculptures, be sure to follow Toshinyan on Twitter!