Introducing Japan's #1 Rogue Mascot: Funassyi
5 things you need to know about Japan's most popular mascot character—a yellow marshmallow looking lump dressed in a Japanese pre-schooler’s outfit. But don't worry, it's a pear fairy.
1. Funassyi is a 1,876 year old pear fairy--a rare creature appearing once every 2000 years.
2. Funassyi's moves are no joke.
3. Funyassi eats and drinks through a special "illusion."
4. Funassyi is doing the most.
You can catch Funyassi on the news and in the movies.
Did you know Funyassi is in the Japanese release of your favorite movie Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters?
5. Do Funassyi got a booty?
Funassyi's fairy mission is to cheer up Japan with enthusiasm and energy.
As its appearances turn global, may Funassyi christen you with some of its holy pear juice.