Highly detailed and fully posable! Stand included.
This stunning interpretation of Racing Miku, the official mascot of GSR&Studie with TeamUKYO, is brought to us by Good Smile Company and original designer GAN! Her space-age costume, bright smile and trademark lavish twin tails will make this figure a high point in your collection. She's about 19cm tall, and she's ready to join your lineup today!
Please note a prototype is shown; the production version may vary. Mass-produced products often show minor inconsistencies in paint and finish, which are not considered defects.
Includes Killua figure ONLY. Gon figure NOT included.
Kai-kun is probably Japanese most famous dog as he plays Otosan, the official mascot for Softbank and appears in many of their interesting commercial over the past 7 years. For those that are unfamiliar, Otosan is a talking dog and is plays the fatherly role of a dysfunctional family called the “White Family”.
It has been announced that he would be retiring from his role due to old age as he is now already 11 years old. Usually dogs would work up to 8 years old so he has been working really hard! However fans do not have to worry as his eldest son Kaito-kun will be taking over his role as the talking dog. Otosan has been one of my most favorite character and I would love to give him a big hug and tell him “Otsukaresama”!
Source: Yahoo! Japan
Here’s one of his recent performance with the actor Masato Sakai:
Usually the term “otaku” has a negative connotation to it, so its understandable that people might not want to admit they are an otaku. However in a recent web survey conducted, about 37.4% viewed themselves as an otaku.
The survey was conducted with 1,843 men and women between the age of 10-40. Other interesting results was that 51.9% of respondents though the eldest son/daughter tend to be an otaku compared to other siblings or the only child in the family. In addition, 67.2% of respondents also knew a friend who was an otaku.
So what do you think of the results? Do you agree that there are actually so many otaku amongst the Japanese populace? A possible reason could be that the survey participants were generally otaku so the results were significantly skewed.