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Video: Japanese mascot Mamna-chan's visit to Anthrocon

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Manma-chan, mascot of variety talk show Sanma no Manma (hosted by Sanma Akashiya) documents his trip to Anthrocon 2012. [Imuhata via baracudaboy/furrymedia]

Manma doesn't quite get the reception he expects as the "world's most popular mascot", but everything works out in the end. (Bonus video: Manma's masquerade performance.)


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I remember Sanma's show from my time spent working in Japan. With those big buck teeth of his, you could be forgiven for thinking he's a little furry already. ;-)

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Hahaha that was great! Poor Manma, nobody knew who he was in the States. XD

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