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Not sure it matters too much as there are no tags with the misspelling, but thought you should know.
I don't know. The tag doesn't necessarily have to be removed. But it's extremely funny to me that somebody saw that and gave it that tag.
Couldn't find these:
Correct) 6373618 JAPAN CAROUSEL
Wrong) 5006745 JAPAN CAROUSEL
Just noticed this weird problem with the image for the new part 78443.
According to the article it simply contained a bunch of loose Fabuland figures — not for display, as suggested in the set description in the Brickset database, but for individual sale! Below I've transcribed the magazine story and translated to the best of my (admittedly amateur) ability, with lots of help from Google Translate and Wiktionary:
So other than not being pre-packaged, they were pretty much the "collectable minifigures" of their day. I'm sure whoever filled out the BrickLink inventory already figured this out themselves, but I figured you'd appreciate seeing confirmation in print from back when that set would have been on shelves. A shame, though, that the prices listed probably aren't any use for the database, since they're in a defunct pre-Euro currency.
LEGO Space Stars 1000-Piece Puzzle
Publication Date: 11/16/2021
(for a product image with a clean white background, see the Amazon page for this puzzle set)
LEGO IDEAS Minifigure Space Mission 1000-Piece Puzzle
Publication Date: 05/24/2022
For background, see:
(for a product image with a clean white background, see the Ideas Blog link above)