Each box comes with one of six figures, or Guests can buy a set with all five here plus a sixth mystery character who has yet to be revealed.
One figure depicts one of the land’s entrance signs and one of the two Beaver Brothers. Clarence and Brewster Beaver are the owners of Beaver Brothers Construction Company, which built most structures in Critter Country according to the land’s backstory.
The second figure features Grandma Sara, namesake of the land’s counter service eatery Grandma Sara’s Kitchen. She’s an elderly shrew who expanded her house to create a restaurant for visitors to Critter Country. It’s one of the resort’s most detailed and cozy eateries but the food leaves quite a bit to be desired.
Phineas Firefly is the proprietor of Splashdown Photos, the photo kiosk for Splash Mountain. He’s the one who takes your photo as you plunge down Chickapin Hill!
If you’ve ever wondered why Splash Mountain exists, it’s all because of this little critter. Rackety Raccoon was trying to distill moonshine one day and caused a massive explosion, destroying the Beaver Brothers’ nearby dam and creating Splash Mountain. Now he operates Rackety’s Raccoon Saloon, a snack stand next to the attraction exit.
Clarence and Brewster Beaver used the remnants of the destroyed dam to create paddles for Beaver Brothers Explorer Canoes, which Guests can board and paddle around the Rivers of America at Tokyo Disneyland.
There’s also a sixth mystery figure, but we won’t know who it is until this set releases on January 13th at Tokyo Disneyland! It’s always such a pleasure to see obscure characters or details given merchandise releases, so be sure you show your support and pick up one of these new Critter Country figure sets on your next visit to Tokyo Disneyland.
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