in Japan they take advantage of the storm to create impressive snow statues


Nipponese user creations range from the creatures of Ghibli to the villains of Kimetsu no Yaiba.

Pokémon Sword / Pokémon Shield

The snowstorm It has reached everywhere this month, and we are not just talking about the Iberian Peninsula. In Japan they have also had their snowfalls, and as reported in Kotaku, the Japanese user Mokomoko_2015 uses every year to turn snow into authentic exhibition sculptures. Typically, this artist focuses on recreating characters from video games, anime, and movies.

And, on this occasion, his work is born from all kinds of inspirations, from Pokémon like Magikarp and Mew, to levels and elements taken from the Super Mario games. There are also creatures from the movies of Studio Ghibli, even passing an impressive snow-covered statue of Rui, one of the villains of Kimetsu no Yaiba, which we remind you will have an adaptation to the video game this year.

And other Japanese users have taken the opportunity to commemorate the 1,000th chapter of the manga de One Piece with a truly spectacular bust, but the best thing is that you see for yourself what they are capable of creating in Japan with a little snow:

We remind you that the Pokémon saga will celebrate its 25th anniversary this year, and for now, the company has begun to warm up the engines by announcing a new collaboration with Katy Perry. We have also seen some news such as a nightmare Gengar doll, announced in recent weeks, but while we wait for The Pokémon Company to provide us with the news of its saga in 2021, here is the analysis of Pokémon Sword and Shield.

More about: Pokémon, Super Mario, One Piece, Kimetsu no Yaiba, Studio Ghibli and Japan.




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