Domo-Kun / Domokun Updates.
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Tuesday, April 19th, 2005.
Here is an art installation in downtown Tucson that for some reason reminds me of Domo-kun. It was fabricated by Joe Harris and Tom McLane, and was designed by Martha Harris.
Tuesday, February 1st, 2005.
In May of 2004 I went to three of the NHK Character Shops in Japan, where Domo-kun merchandise floweth over like floweth things. Unfortunately I couldn't find the Domo-kun oven mitts for the girlfriend (it was fun trying to explain to the clerks what I wanted via crude drawings, however). The photos here are of the NHK Character Shop in the Isetan Department Store inside the Kyoto Impossibly Large Train Station.
This large Domo-kun didn't have a price.
I love little dioramas and here's one with a working television. Doesn't look like it has a cable jack.
Here's the information. Let's zoom in on that price.
Two prices on the tag, I don't know what each one represents. You're looking at around 200 USD and change for this baby right cheer (smacks the side).
Domo-kun paper products. On the cover of the red pad, Domo-kun has released a noxious cloud of vapor that has felled the bats from the sky.
Various Domo-kun plushes. Not sure why I didn't get a small one, I need one for my motorized conveyance to cheer me up when the bad people cut me off and I swear too much.
A large Domo-kun with third-party glasses. There was a product tag on it, but no price. Let's look at it up-close, shall we?
Perhaps this helps you. Probably not.
Here are the shelves of Domo-kun products that were available. The orange and green boxes on the third shelf are lunch boxes.
Here is another shelf area.
Here, improbably, is a third shelf area. Shelves. Shelf shelf shelf.
Domo-kun cellphone straps. You're no one without cellphone straps. Do you hear me? No one.