Production period is about 15 months.
The number of used parts is unknown.
Weight is about 12.5kg.
The adhesive does not use.
Size at the time of storage, the length of about 70cm, side about 70cm, the height is approximately 11.5cm.
At the time of storage decoration, the part was not enough.
In weight measures, it was hardest.
Music is the original song.
The Himeji Castle with a small castle tower, I would like to someday challenge.
Is such as walls and moats and wells, are not positioned correctly.
Some of the actual Himeji Castle of the sarcophagus, remains is probably not included.
When I fly can I bring my...
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Sadly, the technology doesn't currently exist to create a real lightsaber. However, you can pack a toy lightsaber in your carry-on or checked bag. May the force be with you.
Even if an item is generally permitted, it may be subject to additional screening or not allowed through the checkpoint if it triggers an alarm during the screening process, appears to have been tampered with, or poses other security concerns. The final decision rests with TSA on whether to allow any items on the plane.
First haircuts are, to some parents, special occasions. But this video of a three-year-old girl’s first trim is more special than most.
Emily James, from Innisfil, Canada, decided to chop of seven inches of her hair so she could donate it to children suffering from cancer after seeing of them with no hair.
Her hair is then transformed into a customised wig that will be given out to a young cancer patient who has lost their own hair as a sideeffect of the treatment. The service is provided for free by a salon affiliated with the Canadian Cancer Society.
“What I want to do is give them my hair because I have long hair. I want to cut some of it off and give it to someone,” says Emily, who also asks her own doll gets a matching bob.
Her gesture is remarkably moving and she now has a haircut much like her heroine Rapunzel at the end of the Disney movie Tangled.