Toyota Human Touch

Toyota Motor Corporation or Toyota Jidōsha Kabushiki-gaisha or Toyota is a Japanese multinational corporation and the world’s second largest automaker (including sales of its half owned subsidiary Daihatsu), making automobiles, trucks, buses and robots and providing financial services. Based in Toyota, Aichi, Japan, the company boasted a total vehicle production of 9.018 million vehicles in 2006. It is also the world’s eighth largest company with revenue of $185 billion as of 2006.

creepy

1. producing an uneasy fearful sensation, as of things crawling over one’s skin
2. strangely repulsive

Female Tomato McGrand

Ronald McDonald is a clown spokesman for McDonald’s fast-food restaurant chain. According to the book Fast Food Nation (2001), 96% of school children in the United States can identify Ronald McDonald, making him the United States’ most recognized fast food advertising icon. Only Santa Claus was more commonly recognized.

In Japan, Ronald McDonald is known as Donald McDonald.

Kizakura Sake (1959)

Sake (Japanese: 酒) is a Japanese word meaning “alcoholic beverage”, which in English has come to refer to a specific alcoholic beverage brewed mainly from rice, and known in Japan as either nihonshu (日本酒 “Japanese alcohol”) or sake. This article uses the word “sake” as it is used in English.

Kappa (河童, Kappa “river-child”), alternately called Gatarō (川太郎, Gatarō “river-boy”) or Kawako (川子, Kawako “river-girl”) , are legendary creatures; a type of water imp found in Japanese folklore. However they are also considered to be a part of cryptozoology, due to apparent sightings. In Shintoism they are considered to be one of many suijin (literally “water-deity”).