Geek Gifts: Studio Ghibli Zippo Lighters Feature Characters from PRINCESS MONONOKE, HOWL’S MOVING CASTLE, MY NEIGHBOR TOTORO and PONYO

     January 2, 2013

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Have you ever been watching one of the fine animated films from Studio Ghibli and thought to yourself, “Man, I really wish I could light this Djarum Black or start a small brush fire while showing off my appreciation for My Neighbor Totoro?”  I know I have.  Well now you can add a little flair to your smoker’s/arsonist’s lifestyle with these new Zippo lighters featuring notable characters from Studio Ghibli’s storied resume of films.  Show your friends you still pine for Princess Mononoke, or that Ponyo and The Cat Returns remain unfairly underrated.  Hit the jump to find out where you can buy them, along with more than 25 images of the various lighters for sale.

The following lighters can be purchased at Tokyo Zippo (via Nerd Approved):

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