DeAgostini Japan will release a weekly magazine "Snoopy & Friends" that can reproduce the scenes appearing in the comic "Peanuts" loved all over the world with a mini diorama from January 5th. Available at bookstores nationwide (excluding some areas) and the company's website.
As a project to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the birth of the "Peanuts" comic, a miniature product that can reproduce the famous scene woven by Snoopy and unique friends was born. Comes with a craft kit that allows you to create a total of 32 scenes of diorama, one on each side of one box.
Parts are basically assembled by simply fitting them in, and can be produced with familiar tools such as cutter knives, scissors, and screwdrivers. Since it is already colored, no painting is required.
In addition to the parts to be assembled in each issue, a variety of character figures are also included. The completed box can be displayed in Snoopy's kennel-shaped display case. All boxes have built-in LED lighting, and the moon and bonfire can be lit by remote control operation (the box itself can be lit).
A magazine that thoroughly explains the world view of peanuts is also included, and the price is 1,454 yen (excluding tax). The first issue is set at a special price of 499 yen including tax. If you subscribe to all 100 issues (planned), you will also receive a special Snoopy plush toy, so Snoopy fans should check it out!