This is a mario paper model, it is designer by sabi96, the Tanooki Suit is a rare item found in Super Mario Bros. 3 and its subsequent remakes. It transforms Mario or Luigi into Tanooki Mario or Tanooki Luigi, respectively. The suit grants the same abilities as the Super Leaf, with the added ability of turning into a statue when the player presses down and at the same time. Also, if Mario or Luigi run fast enough to fill the Speed Gauge and jump, they can temporarily fly, like when Mario or Luigi gets a Super Leaf. In the e-Reader level Tanooki Suit's secret, The Tanooki Suit is revealed able to break certain blocks when in statue form. This item is probably the most unique because once a player loses it, it pops out of the player, turns white, and disappears, just like the Frog and Hammer Suit. It can first be found in World 4, and then the rest of the worlds. The Tanooki Suit can be combined with the P-Wing.
While Tanooki Mario returns in Super Mario 3D Land, the Tanooki Suit doesn't. Instead, Mario must obtain a Super Leaf to transform into Tanooki Mario. Tanooki Mario is able to attack enemies with his tail and scuttle to jump longer. Statue Mario also appears, but only after Mario (or Luigi) grabs a Statue Leaf, which is a brand new item in the game. If the player has trouble completing a course, the White Super Leaf will be introduced, giving Mario the White Tanooki Suit. which acts like the item Star.
Tanooki suits are named after tanukis, Japanese creatures who, according to mythology, can use leaves to shape-shift and cause chaos.
The Tanooki Suit was prominently featured in a Nintendo Comics System story titled "Tanooki Suits Me"; according to this story, the suit was one of many magical suits made by a tailor named Tanooki whose trademark was to sew a tail on the back of each one. It is revealed in this comic that Mario turns into a statue by pressing a button on the front of the suit, and changes back by wishing to return to human form.