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7/3/2013

Creepiest mascots of Japan

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In the previous post Japan’s Miss Condom is a real character (3Yen 2006-03-13), features “Com-chan” (R), who the friends of the 3Yen, the Rinkya blog, ranks as only the 5th Creepiest mascot of Japan.

in bed with a creepy character
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A Rinkya Blog (2013 July 02)
:
Creepiest Town Mascots of Japan That Would Make Kids Cry

Rinkya ranked is our old friend, Noodle Brains (3Yen 2012-07-10), as 7th in creepiness. Following that, 6th in creepitude on the Rinkya ranking is the loose-character “Marimokkori,” Captain Hard-on of Hokkaido (3Yen 2006-03-13).
Obviously the 1st in creepiness is Melon Guma/bear (2012-10-18).
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5 Responses to “Creepiest mascots of Japan”

  1. Black Wide Says:

    Don’t forget Miyagi-ken’s Pato-chan!

  2. Yuki Rinkya Says:

    Taro-san, thanks for featuring our blog post! I thought people might disagree with our ranking but they are all so creepy I had hard time deciding too! :D
    And also your update on Com-chan’s competing character was even creepier, she (he?) should definitely have ranked in!

  3. Taro 3Yen Says:

    Melon Kuma vs. Funasshi: Battle Royal

    Battle royalvia

    More about Funassyi aka Funasshi at:

    “Unofficial” Mascot for Funabashi Rockets to Fame, Jiggles Into our Hearts
    RocketNews24 |013/02/15

    twitter.com/funassyi
    ふな ふな ふなっしー♪!

  4. Mr. T Says:

    DEATHMATCH!

    Kumamon vs Funasshi

    Kumamon-vs-Funasshi

  5. Taro Says:

    Japanese author launches Condom Cookbook to promote safe sex
    tomonews.net | 2014/09/24
    The book, which launched this Monday, aims to promote safe sex and awareness that condoms are not just to be used for birth control, but also for STD prevention.
    A new cookbook published in Japan by author Kyosuke Kagami is causing a stir on the internet because of its title, Condom Meals I Want to Make for You.

    The book, which launched this Monday, aims to promote promote safe sex and awareness that condoms are not just to be used for birth control, but also for STD prevention. It features 11 recipes that use condoms as tools for food preparation.
    More…

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