SUSUWATARI BABY

Geek dad, geek baby clothes. This is how it should be. Susuwatari (ス ス ワ タ リ) translates wandering soot. These are Yokais, gremlins or pixies straight out of Hayao Miyazaki's mind, although inspired by Japanese floklore.

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  • baby
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  • 6 months
  • 12 months
  • 18 months
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These beings appear in various Miyazaki films. They are sooty beings, with large eyes and very fine limbs. They live in abandoned places and although we cannot normally see them, they sometimes show themselves when a room goes from being dark to suddenly illuminated.

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SUSUWATARI BEBÉ

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Cine, series y TV
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Geek dad, geek baby clothes. This is how it should be. Susuwatari (ス ス ワ タ リ) translates wandering soot. These are Yokais, gremlins or pixies straight out of Hayao Miyazaki's mind, although inspired by Japanese floklore.

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