Like Kumamon, this is my pattern every four days for the six month long Tokyo death-summer, grrr.
Our previous krazy Kumamon reports include:
Breaking the bar on Asian stereotypes…
A few of our many previous boner reports include:
This supposedly is a recruitment poster for the Japan’s Self-Defense Forces who are, ″ Looking for people who can defeat Godzilla.″
I figured the above poster was just a Photoshop—But nope, it’s real. So, I helped Goji-chan make something more over-the-top.
A few of our many previous reports of Godzilla include:
Santa brings her hot gifts in mid-August mega-heat at the massive Comiket 90’s cosplay event, which always Japan’s biggest of the year.
KOM_I, aka Kyoko Koizumi inked herself for the August issue of the Rolling Stone Japan, which features the Japanese electronic music–cum–electrophilia* group “Wednesday Campanella” (水曜日のカンパネラ).
*Watch this music video if you think I’m joking about electrophilia.
Our previous coverage of JapaElectrophilia includes:
Eco Pig Dragon seems to be Kumamon Bear's newest buttbuddy.
たくさんのお友達と会えて嬉しいモン！お友達に負けんよう、ボクもPRがんばるモン！みなさん、くまもとの夏の旅も楽しんではいよー☆ — くまモン【公式】 (@55_kumamon) July 3, 2016
″ To meet with your friends, I’m happy Mon! PR do my best friends won’t lose so I Mon! Travel to Kumamoto, your summer fun is good!☆
Previous goofy mascot reports include:
(Goofy Google Translate of Wiki): Kenmin Foods Co., Ltd. of Kobe is a rice noodle manufacturer that is best known for its “Welcome to the Kenmin Kingdom” ad campaign. Kenmin’s ads are known for their eerie content and surreal product image.
Previous posts of Japan’s fun ads for very bent noodles include:
Monster truck, submarine, steampunk Anpanman: Why not?
【コンデレ】HIROFUMIXさんの『ワイルドアンパンマン号』。愛と勇気に溢れてます。ブラボー！富士通 乾電池提供 ミニ四駆ジャパンカップ2016 東京大会１コンクールデレガンスより。 — ミニ四駆（タミヤ） (@mini4wd) June 22, 2016
[Condre] HIROFUMIX’s wild Anpanman issue. Filled with love and courage. Bravo! Fujitsu Batteries offer Mini Japan Cup 2016 East…Concours d’Elegance.
“Anpanman” is one of the most popular anime series with young children in Japan. Anpanman characters appear on virtually every imaginable children’s product, from clothes to video games to toys to snack foods. The Anpanman books have collectively sold over 50 million copies. –Wikipedia
Previous reports of Anpanman include:
Everything in Japan needs a special mascot, even angry poles.
Previous dubious yuru-chara//"loose character" mascots featured here include:
A long-time friend of the 3Yen reports…
So there's now a Japanese fashion magazine called Hail Mary: The Formation Book for Mr. Untouchable.
—The Hopeful Monster (@SublightMonster) 2016-06-08
The official website of “Hail Mary” for mens fashion describes its mission as:
″ …a Formation book for 'Mr. Untouchable' ... who wants to be the real man with intelligence and wild (sic) like James Bond or Indy Jones.″