For the first time, the Snow Miku stamp sheet also features her pals Rin, Len, Luka, Meiko, and Kaito, who have also been appropriately illustrated for the occasion and redrawn as foxes, ermines, polar bears, and other cold weather critters. The stamp set also comes with a special sticker set and a postcard commemorating the fifth anniversary of Snow Miku. Ringing up at ¥1,600, the stamp set will be available at the New Chitose Airport Post Office, the Sapporo Snow Festival, and the Odori Nishi 11-chome venue.
Japan:Snow Miku 2014 Official Postage Stamps Revealed
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