Want to Meet Nyan-mage
Want to Meet Nyan-mage
Its name is "Nyan-mage."
With a fluffy body and a distinctive topknot hairstyle as a trademark,
it's a mysterious combination.
Despite being an unusual presence in the streets of Edo, Nyan-mage stands out from afar,
so if you see it, be sure to take a commemorative photo.
Nyan-mage is always surrounded by children and is a popular character.
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Always at its own pace.
Described as "always in a daze." Silent.
has been captured in various picturesque scenes.
If you spot Nyan-mage, it's a perfect photo opportunity!
The trademark that became the reason for Nyan-mage's name, "A cat with a chonmage." The ends of the hair are intentionally left untrimmed, maintaining a slightly ronin like hairstyle.
With round eyes, it's hard to tell exactly what Nyan-mage is looking at. There are rumors that Nyan-mage "avoids looking at things it doesn't want to see."
The six well-extended whiskers are considered strong evidence supporting the theory that "Nyan-mage may actually be a cat." It is said that Nyan-mage diligently takes care of its whiskers every day.
A small and adorable little mouth. Nyan-mage has no food preferences and eats in a polite manner.
The signature pose for taking commemorative photos. It's said that everyone can take a great photo when they say "Nyan" in sync with the movement of Nyan-mage's left front paw.
Nyan-mage used to be slimmer in the past, but with age, it has developed a plump belly. Many people find the "puffed-up and cute belly" endearing.
For what is known as a "mascot character," Nyan-mage is unusually tall. He tries to bend down when small children come, but sometimes this frightens the children, who might start crying. Nyan-mage reflects on this.
"mascot character" craze and is seen as an original presence
in this realm.
Its distinctive feature is the small head and relatively tall
He has a total of 6 whiskers, three on each side, and wears
a red collar with a gold bell.
His quirky expression and unique, wobbly walk have been
described as "indescribably cute," sparking its popularity.
The TV commercial "Jump to Nyan-mage" caused a surge of
people trying to jump on Nyan-mage,
but due to safety concerns, such actions are now discouraged.