Pullip Himawari (Junichi Nakahara)

Pullip Himawari was inspired by the artwork of Junichi Nakahara. Junichi Nakahara was a Japanese fashion illustrator and artist, he is most famous for creating the Himawari magazine. Himawari or Sunflower (English translation) was a magazine aimed at women and young girls. The magazine was published from 1947-1952 with a total of sixty seven volumes being published, the magazine featured many illustrations by it’s creator Junichi Nakahara as well as from other contributing artists. Many believe that Junichi Nakahara’s characteristic art style featuring large eyed innocent girls helped to inspire the shoujo manga art style.

Pullip Himawari was released in March of 2018 alongside Sanrio collaboration Pullip Cinnamoroll 15th Anniversary Version.

Additional Information
Release: Standard Release
MSRP: 22,000 yen
Release Date: 3/2018
Product Number: P-207
Feel Like So: Livelying the skirt on the wind that blows and blows….I will wait for you under that tree trunk…While listening to the song of Midori’s Cold….Feel Like So.
Face Up:
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Eyes: Dark Brown Eye Chips
Partially Closed Eyelids:
IMG_1193Eyelids: Dark Brown Eyeliner
IMG_1196Wig: Black hair braided into an up-do
Stock: Pullip Himawari’s stock outfit consists of a blouse, dress, tights, hat, bracelets x 2, music sheet and underskirt.
Himawari Stock Outfit Body Type: 4
Obitsu Match: White
Stand: White Plastic Stand
Special Notes: Part of a collaboration between Baby, the Stars Shine Bright x Girlism x Pullip, a human sized fashion was also released.
Known Issues: None
Similar Doll Recommendations: Pullip Aquel, Pullip Marie, Pullip La Robe Vert Clair & Pullip Favorite Ribbon

Promotional Images from Groove These photos were taken from Groove’s blog.

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