Kasab? – The mascot of Kasamatsu Park
Kumamon – The mascot for a bullet train line in the city of Kumamoto
The mascots for Uno-ko in Okayama Prefecture
Hikonyan – The mascot for Hikone Castle
Japanese mascot at the anime fair
Chihana-chan – The mascot of Chiba City
Kutan – The mascot for Narita Airport
Yachinyan of Yonbancho Square shopping street.
Domo-kun – The official mascot of NHK TV station
Barii-san – The mascot for Imabari City
Arukuma – The mascot of Nagano
Takamaru – The mascot to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Hirosaki Castle
Teletama – The mascot for Television Saitama
Kishu-kun – Wakayama police mascot
Hantama-kun – Half boiled egg mascot on Hunter Mountain Shiobara
Reruhi-san – Nigata snow ski mascot
A!kanbe – Nakatsu castle mascot in Kyushu
Sarasa-chan – The mascot of Makino Highland
Meisui-kun – Local election mascot
Manto-kun – Second mascot of “Festival of the 1300th anniversary of Nara”
Tawawachan – Kyoto Tower mascot
Hiyoko-chan – Chikin Ramen’s mascot
Eco-chan – City of Kyoto mascot
Ohmin – Mascot of the Ohmifuji branch of the Japan Agriculture co-operative
Kachinta – Mascot of Toei Movie Land theme park.
Kamon – Mascot of Shiga University
Momo, Chachamaru & Tabita – Mascots of Sagawa Museum
Kunio – Moriyama Ski Resort mascot
Fukka – Mascot of city of Fukaya, Saitama
Shimaneko – Shimane prefecture mascot
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September 7, 2013
I like Fukka, Shimaneko, Ohmin, Takamaru, Sarasa-kun, Meisui-kun, and Hiyoko-chan mascots.
October 21, 2014
I like Ether King, the charismatic and fashionable mascot of Isa City in Kagoshima Prefecture. He’s bossy, as expected of royalty, but is friendly to children and old folks. Ether King takes pride in his facial care and delights in his beauty. We can all take a leaf out of his book on loving our (good) looks more, and being super stylish!
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