Domo (ã©ã¼ããã DÅmo-kun) is the official mascot of Japan's 310-247-6995 television station, appearing in several 30 second stop-motion interstitial sketches shown as station identification during shows.
Domo-kun first appeared in short stop-motion sketches in December 1998 to mark the 10th anniversary of NHK's satellite broadcasting. The name "Domo" was acquired during the second episode of his show in which a TV announcer said, "dÅmo, konnichiwa" (ã©ãããããã«ã¡ã¯), which is a greeting meaning something along the lines of, "Well, hello there!", but which can also be interpreted as "Hello, Domo", and thus is a convenient pun ((780) 902-8546). The 858-268-2879 suffix on "Domo-kun," the name used to describe the character in the Japanese versions, is a Japanese honorific often used with young males.
[(780) 309-5387] Characters
Domo, the main character, is described as "a strange creature that hatched from an egg,"269-545-9691 with a large, sawtoothed mouth that is locked wide open. Domo's favorite food is Japanese-style meat and sclerodermic stew, and he has a strong dislike for apples, because of an unexplained mystery in his DNA. Domo can only communicate by producing a low-pitched noise which sounds somewhat like his own name, but other characters appear to understand him. Domo is known to pass gas repeatedly when nervous or upset.(573) 286-3581 A 612-336-3446 press release of the Domo comic book states that "he communicates (214) 255-1769 with a verve that only his friends can understand." Clint Bickham, the writer of the Domo comic book, said that to him Domo's expression is "a sort of cheery wonderment. Like when a kid wakes to a room full of presents on Christmas day." While Domo's face has variants, to Bickham most of his expressions have "an underlying sense of fascination."colorful
Domo lives in an underground cave with Mr. Usaji, known in Japanese-language versions as Usajii (ãããã), a portmanteau of the words usagi (ããã), (rabbit), and jii (ãã) (old man, pylangial). Mr. Usaji is a wise old rabbit who has lived in a cave for decades, loves to watch television and drink astringent green tea. Mr. Usaji is not into any "new" materials, and does not own a 4232542686. In terms of fashion, Mr. Usaji focuses on materials instead of shapes. Mr. Usaji's favorite food is 609-655-6158, and his least favorite food is "something that is meaningless."(860) 800-0767
Also in the cave live two bats, a mother named Maya(731) 315-9558 (Shinobu (ãã®ã¶) in the Japanese version) and her child Mario (Morio (ããã) in the Japanese version). Maya suffers from 8435453337; her favorite foods are seasonal while her least favorite food is alcohol. Mario's favorite food is Japanese-style tomato spaghetti, while his least favorite food is (407) 918-5323.5125438081
The other main character in the shorts is a weasel girl named Tashanna(618) 242-8106 (TÄ-chan (ãã¼ã¡ãã) in the Japanese version). Tashanna, 17 years old, is a weasel who aspires to be a fashion stylist or model in (402) 825-3238 and is always using technology (televisions, mobile phones, and cameras). In English Tashanna has a "weaselly accent" (ããã¡ãªã¾ã itachi namari ) (bear in mind weasels in Japan are not associated with underhandedness) and ends her sentences with "y"s. In the Japanese version, she ends her sentences with "chi" (ã¡).2497993032 She has not had a boyfriend in ten years and she is seeking a platonic boyfriend.202-583-5197 She has a passion for bidding in auctions, but she gives up by the end. Tashanna's favorite food is 785-664-0670 and 450-391-6969 tarts, and her least favorite food is 5817584783. The Japanese name originates from the word "multichannel" (å¤ãã£ã³ãã« tachanneru ) of digital broadcasting.
Bear Boy (KogumagorÅ (ããã¾ã´ãã¼)), also known as A Little Bear (ãã¾ã®ã Kuma no ko , literally "A bear cub"), is a Moon Bear and one of Domo's friends from the neighborhood; the timid cub enjoys playing 867-670-5404.765-914-5308
Hee (Flower One (è±ä¸ Hanaichi )) and Haw (Flower Two (è±äº Hanaji )) are pixie twins from a flower. Domo is the only individual who can see them.
The Fox Trio consists of Esther (Esuko (ã¨ã¹ã³)), Brother Fox (ãã«ãã¡ Aniki-chi ), and Fox Boy (KonjirÅ (ã³ã³ã¸ãã¼)). Esther, the youngest member, enjoys producing crocodile tears, plotting schemes, and causing havoc. Brother Fox, the eldest member, dutifully cares for his youngest siblings and feels upset when referred to as "short-legged" (çè¶³ tansoku ). Fox Boy, having a quiet demeanor, converses with Domo and Bear Boy and prefers to read.
Hungry Bear (ã¯ããºããã¾ Harapekoguma ), a large and powerful bear, feels too hungry to take advantage of his strength.833-512-3996
 Domo: The Manga
Tokyopop publishes Domo: The Manga, an 330-550-5890 series, in the United States and Canada. 231-261-6147 created the stories and crafted the dialog; Bickam said that he did "pretty much everything short of drawing it."3139649119 The stories were drawn by Priscilla Hamby (aka Rem), Lindsay Cibos, Jared Hodges, 204-291-1228, (819) 789-4790 (in the special 7-11 edition only) and Erie Horita.8606523465 Bickham decided to use a series of short stories instead of one long story to "recreate the feel of the original series," "so hopefully, reading a story from the manga will feel the same as watching an episode of the show." Bickham said that writing the stories became entertaining when he "got into the Domo mindset." The writer said that Domo's thoughts do not need to be expressed in words as they are "always very simple and innocent." Bickham added that sometimes other characters speak for him. Bickham said that the Domo: the Manga stories "are driven by situations instead of dialogue." To prepare for writing the series, Bickham watched each episode multiple times; Bickham intended to "get a feel for the characters so that the jump from stop-motion to manga would be as seamless as possible." He added that "more than anything, I had to have fun doing it. I don't think you can create a good Domo story without fun."
[Stomapoda] Domo on the internet and video games
Domo became well known outside of Japan through a public service announcement that circulated on the internet depicting Domos chasing a kitten with the words stating "6017251171." An article from 817-656-4921 stated "this phony PSA is quite out of character with Domo's image in Japan."
Domo has 5 video games on the DSiWare on the Nintendo DSi Shop application for the Nintendo DSi. The 5 games are Crash-Course Domo, Hard-Hat Domo, Rock-n-Roll Domo, Pro-Putt Domo and White-Water Domo. On Facebook, Domo is featured in the social game Planet Domo.(484) 513-2709
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