Dog-drone became the official mascot of the Japanese city

A small Japanese town Oji is conveniently located in the county Kitakatsuragi Nara Prefecture on Honshu Island. A total area of ​​only 7 square kilometers and is inhabited by a city of about 23,000 people. Locals appreciate the symbolism and honor traditions. Most of all, they remember and honor of Prince Shotoku in the VII century, the founder of a local Buddhist temple, as well as his beloved dog Yukimaru with which the prince is almost never parted. That dog was inspired by the local authorities to create an unusual mascot town Oji.

Dog-drone became the official mascot of the Japanese city

Mascot, as you already know - a kind of mascot. Mascots have large companies at least remember the clown Ronald McDonald in the case of McDonald's or Sonic the Hedgehog, was an official of the Japanese game publisher Sega. There mascots and famous musical groups: zombie Eddie from Iron Maiden or pink pig group Pink Floyd. "So why not create a mascot for an entire city," - thought mayors Oji and immediately remembered the favorite PSE legendary Japanese prince. In honor of this dog was even elevated to a special altar where everyone could pay her homage and ask for good luck to you and your family. Japanese artist designed model of the charming white dog that looks like a Japanese breed of Akita Inu, and hid it inside a radio-controlled quadrocopter. Now this dog has become the official symbol of the city, soars over the sights to the delight of local children and foreign tourists. We suggest you watch the video, representing drone mascot in the world first, as well as telling us about the most interesting places that are worth visiting guests of the Oji.

Dog-drone became the official mascot of the Japanese city