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Books Kinokuniya is one of the hosts of the pop-up shop. Its display includes DVDs and books such as "My Neighbor Totoro," "The Art of Howl's Moving Castle," "Spirited Away," and even some editions in Japanese.
Most of the merchandise comes directly from Japan and will only be available at the pop-up shop.
Studio Ghibli-inspired creations from Her Universe are also available at the shop.
This blouse is inspired by the movie "Kiki's Delivery Service."
A lot of the small envelopes around the store contain surprises. You can see some of the available contents in these boxes, but you don't know which one you'll be getting.
I was a little skeptical of these towels at first. But open them and you can see the incredible artistry in each piece.
Note that the stand is made from recycled cardboard. A big part of the message of "Totoro" is reconnecting with nature and protecting the environment.
You'll find all kinds of plush toys.
This display shows some beautiful three-dimensional puzzles, including this one featuring with Kiki on her broom.
My personal favorite: Chihiro.
If you're attending the event, be sure to check out the immersive bathroom experience, courtesy of Toto.
The bathrooms are decorated with big Totoros or portraits with scenes from the movies.
I've never tried a smart toilet before so I had to explore it because, well, I work at CNET.
You can create your own sprite and put it on display.
I saw clever ones that others had made. I'm sure this wall will soon be completely covered with sprites.
The pop-up shop opened its doors to the public Saturday and will remain open through March 18 daily from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. at 190 King St. in San Francisco. You have to make online reservations to get into the store and you can do that here.
The film "Kiki Delivery Service" inspired this Her Universe purse.
See more Studio Ghibli-inspired designs in the Her Universe runway gallery from our San Diego Comic-Con 2017 coverage.
80 percent of the merchandise in the San Francisco store was shipped from Japan.
The black and white T-shirts on the table are exclusive to the pop-up shop.