BIGBOX is walking into a brand new year together with…
Kumamon, the official mascot of Kumamoto Prefecture, is a round-faced bear about 1.5 meters tall that is tasked with promoting tourism and local products. A mascot character named Kumamon represents Kumamoto prefecture in the Kyushu region, southwestern part of Japan. He is now “Japan’s most popular bear.” He attracts a diverse range of people, from children to adults who are charmed by his plump, black body, red cheeks, and wide-open eyes as if looking surprised, saying how adorable he is.
|My name is “Kumamon” (くまモン) or you can call me the lovable and cute black bear
I am from Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan and today I am here to introduce you the appealing delicious food and nature from my hometown!
I am always excited to go out to meet new people because I want to know everyone.
Catch me here in BIGBOX Singapore this 7th till 27th January 2017 at 1.30pm, 3.30pm or 6.30pm. (Level 2 Atrium)
Kumamoto is famous for their indigenous products: Natural salt, Ikinari Dumpling and many more! Kumamoto is located on the southernmost of Japan’s four main island. Kyushu, boasts verdant natural surroundings and a rich historical heritage.
Here are some of the yummy items that you purchase at the Kumamoto Fair. Hurry! Taste them before it is gone!
Don’t miss out your chance for Kumamon meet and greet, together with our local Singaporean celebrity chef CATherina Hosoi this 14th and 15th January!
Happy children dancing with Kumamon!