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POTEKUMA-KUN'S PROMISE MIX
-Weight: About as heavy as 2000 miso potato sticks
BOUJII BEING BOUJII MIX
Boujii is the somewhat unhappy, living rock that is the official mascot of Taishi Town in Hyogo Prefecture!
-Hobby: Walking around and also sitting around
TARUTARU TUMBLES MIX
Tarutaru is the barrel-wearing official mascot of the town of Tarumizu, in Japan's Kagoshima Prefecture!
Since Tarutaru lives in Tarumizu City (a tropic area) it has an easy-going personality... but one day it may decide, ``I can't stay like this,'' and bring about a revolution in Tarumi!
-Catchphrase: 'I'm addicted to Tarumi.'
FUGUKICHI'S FORTUNE MIX
Fugukichi is the official mascot of the Morozaki Area of Minamichita Town in Japan's Aichi Prefecture!
He is actually a descendant of the famous Manekineko (the lucky white cat with it's paw raised that you can often find in restaurants), but he doesn't know that yet. Abandoned as a kitten he d cat that lived in a corner of the market. One day, Fugukichi met Fukugorosa, a kind fisherman from Himakajima Island. Fugukichi admired his coolness and begged Fukugoro to let him become his apprentice. Kind-hearted Fukugoro decided to take him home and teach him how to fish. And now, Fugukichi seems to be struggling day by day with the goal of becoming a full-fledged fisherman. By the way, according to Fukugoro, ``If you go fishing with Fugukichi, you will get a big catch.''
-Personality: does things at his own pace and acts like a fisherman-uncle
-Boon: Carries good fortune with him
-Favorite food: Fish in general, Rice crackers
-Things he's bad with: Crows, because they're always trying to get the pufferfish (fugu) on his head
-Motto: Sleep and wait for good luck (good things come to those who wait)
-Place of birth: Morozaki Town (apparently Hazu Shrine)
-Brithday: February 9th
-Height: 29cm-Weight: It's a secret. But he's on a diet ;D
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
'NOGINON'S NIGHT AND DAY' MIX
'KAWAMIN & KAWABE'S KAWAII KIT' MIX
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'UMIBOZU'S UNNERVING EVENING' MIX
On a clear, cool night off the coast of Japan... when the moon is a wide white river on the surface of the sea... wary sailors stay close to shore, for they know that the Umibozu waits beneath the waves. Umibozu is a famous yokai (ghostly apparition) that has been sighted off the coasts of Japan since antiquity. He most often appears on clear moonlit nights, and it is said his form resembles a gigantic black shadow with enormous white eyes and a smooth head. It is for this reason that he is named Umibozu, which translates to “Sea Monk”. Throughout the ages, Umibozu has also been described as a sea-monster with a scaly appearance, among others. While Umibozu has a bad reputation for sinking ships and drowning sailors, he can sometimes come to bring good fortune. Should he appear while you are out at sea, it is recommended that you give him an offering of fish, a bucket with an endless bottom, or a wooden ladle.
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'HACHYAMARU'S HAPPY HOTSPRING' MIX
'YAHATAINU'S YAMA' MIX
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'TAIMEE'S TRANQUIL TRIP' MIX
'CHI-TAN'S CRETACEOUS CURATION' MIX
'KABUKKI'S KOMEDY' MIX
'FUKKACHAN'S FIELDTRIP' MIX