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Cheburashka

by Yudai
(Tokyo)

My favorite anime character is Cheburashka. Let’s learn about Cheburashka. Cheburashka is a Russian character. This character is made to be like Mickey Mouse. But details of this character is a mystery.

Because this character doesn’t know my name and isn’t a man or woman and has an unknown age. Moreover, this character isn’t a monkey or a bear. That is, Cheburashka is a creature, like Mickey. This anime story reflects Russian society. The mood of the picture is sad and sorrow. For example, the color of sky isn’t blue, it is gray.

Generally speaking, anime is happy and vigorous. But Cheburashka is the opposite. This point is the appeal of Cheburashka. Let’s watch!!

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