【 Paper Weight – Doraemon Material Tin 100% 】 Small Doraemon is always beside you and heals you on the desk even if you are having a busy day.This item is made using traditional casting techniques handed down for over 400 years in Takaoka City, Toyama Prefecture. All products are handmade, handcast and hand finished with care resulting in unique variations in each piece. 【 About Doraemon and Takaoka City 】 Takaoka city is well known for traditional casting history. Fujiko F Fujio, a legendary Manga artist who created Doraemon, was born and raised in this city. Once stepping out of Takaoka station,Doraemon post box made by casting will welcome you. You will meet the characters of Doraemon in the city, take the Doraemon streetcar from Any where door, and learn the story about Fujiko F Fujio at Fujiko F Fujio Hometown Art Gallery”. We are waiting for you to visit our city. 【 Maintenance 】 • Wash with a mild detergent using a soft sponge as needed. Wipe off with a dry soft cloth after washing. • Polish with pasty baking soda to bring back the luster. 【 Notice】 • Keep away from fire or heat as the melting point is low. • Never polish with a metal cleaner or metallic sponge • Do not use a microwave or dishwasher. • Do not leave the item wet to prevent deterioration or discoloring of the item. • Do not keep something sour on/in the item for several hours to prevent discoloring of tin. • Wash well after use. • As tin has a high thermal conductivity, the item itself will be hot when something hot is placed. • Be careful not to burn yourself. • Do not store the item in the refrigerator more than 30 minutes or in the freezer to prevent deterioration or breakage of the item. • Excessive bending may lead to cracks or breakage of the item. Once bent, the item cannot revert to the original shape. • Crackling sound will occur when the item is bent. It is unique to tin and called “tin cry”.