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KINUKAKESAN KNOCKS MIX
Kinukake-san is the local, official mascot for Kinukake-no-michi Road in Kyoto Prefecture!
A ghost from the Heian Era (which was more than a thousand years ago), Kinukakesan returned from the afterlife specifically to haunt his favorite spot... the Kinukake-no-michi Road, located on The Silk-Draped Mountain! If you ever happen to see him there (he often appears during the day and definitely during the Kyoto Marathon), call out “Kinukake-san!” and he’ll come over to you!
Kinukake-san was something of a "playboy" in his former life, and so he sometimes ignores men who try to make conversation in order to talk to women. Don't give him your messenger app username, no matter what!
According to his official website: "Except for a few people sensitive to the supernatural, nobody could ever see him. So he had another idea: returning to Kinukake-no-michi Road as a quirky, lovable mascot character that everyone could appreciate. The Kinukake-no-michi Road Promotional Council was receptive to his suggestion. They hired an expert in the paranormal to work up detailed sketches of Kiknukake-san on which to base the mascot design. With the help of a tireless development team and the support of many people in the area, Kinukake-san’s desire to become a visible symbol for Kinukake-no-michi Road finally came to fruition in the fall of 2014."
-Height: About human-size
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