Japan has undergone significant social and cultural change over the past 50 years, and a chestnut-haired, saccharine doll affectionately named Licca-chan has seen it all. More than 60 million units have been sold both at home and abroad — most notably, in Taiwan — since it was first released on July 4, Licca-chan was first produced by Takara Co. The companies later merged and became Takaratomy Co. Maiko Murayama, a public relations officer at Takaratomy, says that Licca-chan struggled in the s but has since bounced back. According to Japanese news reports, the doll suffered a decline in sales after rival goods based on manga and anime characters for girls such as Sailor Moon grew in popularity. Licca-chan is instantly recognizable by her cute, innocent appearance, possessing sparkly manga-style eyes that always look slightly to the left. The model boasts pink- and aqua-colored hair that changes when placed next to a special light. Takaratomy releases 50 new products each year, including new models, friends and family, houses, accessories and workplaces. You can interpret her expression in a number of ways.
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There is only one Lulu body suit, Komaki said, but dancers, designers and models are among those who have worn the costume. The identity of exactly who is inside at any given time is secret, she added. The stockings worn by Lulu were created by fellow fashion designer Koh Ueno, who airbrushes doll -like joints onto the material. Lulu, though not yet a household name, has mesmerised tens of thousands of her fans both on Twitter and Instagram. They turn out in droves for events at the weekend, hoping to catch a glimpse of their other-worldly idol in the flesh. This is how she reacted. While popular among fans of Japanese subculture, Lulu is now turning heads at the annual Miss iD beauty pageant, where she is among the semi-finalists chosen from around 4, entrants. Subscribe to Bookmark'd and get the top lifestyle stories of the week delivered straight to your inbox.
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