Items with Western-style Pooh and bee motifs are now available from Walt Disney Japan. It will be released sequentially from August 3 at Disney Store stores nationwide and Disney's official online store "shop Disney".
Western Pooh series
The "Western Pooh" series that will appear on August 3rd, "Honey Day". The motif is "The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, the Western Hero, Masked Bear". Set in a western town, the Western-style Poohs are designed from the unique story of a masked Winnie the Pooh dressed as a gang of thieves with ice cream for their friends. The products that express the western world view are finished in an unprecedented unusual design using the art of Winnie the Pooh holding an ice cream in his hand and the art of piglets and tiggers in western costumes. ..
The lineup includes stationery such as stuffed animals and figures, clear files and clipboards, mobile-related goods such as smartphone cases and smartphone rings, home miscellaneous goods such as tissue box covers, and fashion items. It is a valuable design unique to the Disney Store.
Tsum Tsum plush toy in a bee
From the popular series "TSUM TSUM", a stuffed animal that is perfect for "Honey Day" is now available. Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, and Lou each wear bee costumes and have cute designs with flowers.
UniBearsity and Nuimozu's new costume
The Disney Store original character "UniBEARsity" and the fashion model "nuiMOs" in the stuffed animal world have also released costumes for stuffed animals named after "Honey Day". The costume of UniBearsity, which is inspired by bees, has a gorgeous atmosphere with flowers and bees embroidered in yellow. The costume of Nuimozu has a cute design with a honey bee pattern and a fluffy hood. A special holder for sewing with a honeypot motif will also be released on the same day.
* Product release dates, designs, stores, and specifications are subject to change.
* Some stores may not be available.
* You can check the business status of each Disney Store on the store information page of the official website.
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