Information about Domo™
Who is Domo™?
A pop culture icon, originally the mascot of Japan's NHK television station.
Appeared in several 30 second stop-motion sketches.
In his show he lives underground with Mr. Usajii (an old wise rabbit).
He communicates with a low-pitched noise only other characters can understand.
Domo is described as gentle and strong.
He has a pure heart.
When he gets nervous or upset, he passes gas!
Recognized by 90% of Japanese school children.
LOVES: TV, seasoned beef and potatoes.
Domo™ in the U.S.
He is a fashion icon, mobile phenomenon, and internet sensation.
5 new US 2010 merchandising deals for consumer products including plush, key chains, bean bag toys, scooters, skateboard decks, helmets, protective gear, men's board shorts, beach towels, coffee mugs, drink cozies, stickers, temporary tattoos, and vending machine novelties.
In 2008, Target used the character as the theme of its Halloween promotions.
October 2009, 7-Eleven stores began using Domo as a promotional vehicle on coffee cups and straws.
Domo continues to show rapid growth in U.S. with English-language social networking such as Facebook and Twitter as well as a Domo-Nation: the official North American home of Domo, featuring forums, news, games, multimedia, challenges and an on-line store.
The 2011 Comic-Con featured Domo with an appearance by Tsundeo Goda, the creator of the internationally known mascot character.
Available for USA, Mexico & Canada.
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