This paper doll is chibi Meiko “Menma” Honma, based on the anime series Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day, the papercraft is designed by Fruity. Meiko appears as a somewhat small child. She wears a tiered white dress, fastened with a blue bow. Meiko “Menma” Honma died in an accident as a child, but appears before Jinta on a summer day. Although she is aware of her death, Meiko is talkative and lively. She greatly values the childhood memories and friendship she once shared with the others, and has very few memories other than recollections of her friends and family, including that she had once made a request to Jinta.
When she appears to Jinta, she has aged somewhat, but still retains childlike speech patterns and tendencies. She is also clothed in the dress she was wearing the day that she died. Though only Jinta has the ability to see or hear her, Meiko appears to be able to interact with the world around her: opening doors, cooking food, eating, and even playing video games, with many of these activities shown in scenes without Jinta present.
Menma is a very cheerful girl with a very air-headed nature. She’s kind and often puts others before herself, especially when it comes to Jinta. She is extremely childish.
Although throughout the series she is surrounded by her friends, she does often get very lonely and upset easily, especially when she visits her family home and realises she no longer belongs to them, nor does she have a home. Also, due to the fact only Jinta can see her, she cannot communicate with the others in the group.
You can download the paper toy here: AnoHana – Chibi Meiko “Menma” Honma Free Papercraft Download
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