| A little Japanese girl looks up at life-sized dolls of Peko-chan and Poko-chan in traditional Japanese kimono at a Fujiya confectionary store, 1960 (Showa 35).
Fujiya’s pig-tailed Peko-chan mascot first appeared in 1950 (Showa 25) to promote the company’s Milky candy. Her boyfriend Poko-chan was created a year later.
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Fujiya, IJsbrand Rogge, Peko-chan, Poko-chan, business, children, companies, dolls, hats, kimono, shops
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