Previous pachyderm posts include:
Besides supporting odd-eye kitty heterochromia,
this candidate Satoshi Shima is for “Smart Cities”, “IT revolution”, and other pro-business blah-blah.
Our previous election reports as well as odd campaign posters and signage include:
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:
Our previous reports of Nip nipples include:
Just now, after 12 PM July 4th, Tokyo FINALLY has a July train “manners” poster.
(The Tokyo Metro staff must have been taking partial Fourth of July American 3-day holiday weekend.)
″Please wait in line and board the train
in an orderly manner.″
The above theme is similar to the 2010 poster asking everyone to form a queue for a Tokyo Metro Human Centipede.
(3Yen / 2010-10-01)
It’s after 12 AM
and Tokyo still doesn’t have any manners.
Tokyo METRO マナーポスター:
″ On the first of every month, we have created a manners poster to promote commuter morals order to uplift of commuter manners and we are placing these posters on the train platforms and the train. ″
Wait. It gets better than the teddy bear character FaFa-kun‘s “Oriental Woody” (ファーファ オリエンタル ウッディ). He will, ″make it all white©″.
BEAVIS: Heh heh. Heh heh. He said WOOD. Heh heh.
BUTTHEAD: Hey Beavis. They like, UH-huh UH-huh UH-huh, they found your phallus. It’s two inches long. UH-huh. UH-huh. UH-huh.
—from Beavis and Butthead, “The Mystery of Morning Wood”
Previous puerile posts of Japanese “wood” 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:
We all can now get the official 2020 Olympic DROOL BIB!
Ok, ok, the rest-of-the-story is the that the emblem of Tokyo’s 202o Olympics was first cursed with an embarrassing withdrawn for plagiarism (3Yen / 2015-07-25) .
Now they have a traditional Japanese design for the Paralympics that unfortunately looks like a drool bib (3Yen / 2016-04-25) for the severely disabled. Oh baby.
Everything in Japan needs a special mascot, even angry poles.
Previous dubious yuru-chara//"loose character" mascots featured here include: