Japanese HOTARU NO HAKA Full Candy TIN sealed fresh Grave of the Fireflies movie
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When the sweets have all been eaten, Seita uses the tin to create sweet-flavored water that he offers to his sister. She has been plunged into the darkness of war, which has led to her mother’s death, the family home being destroyed and becoming unwanted by her relatives.
In the event of any safety concerns or for any other information about a product please carefully read any instructions provided on the label or packaging and contact the manufacturer. The container comes as shown, and is really cute, but so sad seeing Setsuko :( Anyways, it's great, and I would recommend it!It’s a sign of hope that the darkest chapter in the country's history has come to a close, and that its citizens will never again have to face the horrors that these characters experienced. Sadly, their time is coming to an end soon, as Sakuma Seika, the company that manufactures Sakumashiki Drops, says it will be going out of business early next year.
Information and statements about products are not intended to be used to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition. These mixed drops are packed in a cute tin container as seen in the Studio Ghibli movie Grave of the Fireflies.Live from Dubai, we bring you the latest global markets and analysis, plus news-making interviews, with a special focus on MEA. While the meaning behind these sweets is never directly explained, they can be linked to the film's historical context and its themes of innocence, childhood and even death. Assorted mixed fruits hard candy in a tin inspired by the Japanese anime Grave of the Fireflies character, featuring Setsuko on the cover of the tin. To enable personalized advertising (like interest-based ads), we may share your data with our marketing and advertising partners using cookies and other technologies.
However, Grave of the Fireflies does manage to end on somewhat of a happy note if the viewer remembers the start of the film. Ultimately, these challenges, along with the company’s factory being destroyed in a bombing raid, led to its closure in 1945. Keep in mind that anyone can view public collections - they may also appear in recommendations and other places.Many fans of the Sakuma Drop candy paid their resp ects on social media after hearing news of its discontinuation. The one side of the tin looks like a great replica of the tin in the movie and the other side has a picture of Setsuko on. If you don’t see a personalisation section, you can always message the seller with your request too. As much as the Sakuma Drops are a symbol of hope for the film’s protagonists, they're also one of hopelessness. We recommend that you do not rely solely on the information presented here and that you always read labels, warnings, and directions before using or consuming a product.
The Sakuma Drop candy products are made from real fruit juices, containing eight flavors like grape, apple, lemon, strawberry, pineapple, Japanese peppermint, chocolate, and orange. The flavors include grape, apple, lemon, strawberry, pineapple, Japanese peppermint, chocolate and orange. TOKYO – A Tokyo sweet manufacturer famous for its Sakuma-shiki Drops canned candy will cease operations on Jan.By 1908 (during the Meiji era), the Sakuma Candy Company would be formed and the sweets, with their distinctive tin-can packaging and unconventional taste, would take Japan by storm. By the following year, The Food Management Law was enacted, which instituted a national food rationing system for all Japanese citizens. It’s worth pointing out that this actually isn’t the first time for the Sakumashiki Drops maker to shut down. Most purchases from business sellers are protected by the Consumer Contract Regulations 2013 which give you the right to cancel the purchase within 14 days after the day you receive the item.