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Funassyi Shares the Joy of Toilet Cleaning

Funassyi Video Toilets

Funnyassi, the beloved neon yellow mascot unofficially representing Funabashi, Chiba, brings joy to traditional end-of-the-year cleaning with a second o-soji video and some sweet-smelling, toilet-cleaning merchandise.

Funassyi Encourages Cleaning

In case you missed Funassyi’s first masterpiece of toilet cinema, or the Funassyi manga toilet paper was not enough of the beloved nashi chararacter for your restroom, you are in luck. Domesto has released a second Funassyi cleaning video, this one featuring Funassyi and his double (or rather, Suits 1 and 3) engaging in the Japanese tradition of year-end cleaning, or o-soji. If you have trouble understanding the Japanese dialogue, don't fret: this video features largely slapstick humor. If you want to know more, check out a scene-by-scene recap over at We Love Funassyi.

Funassyi Toilet Wipes

Funassyi Toilet Wipes

And just in case you've been on the lookout for a way to make your toilet smell like nashi, or Asian pear, Michigaeru Toilet Cleaner from Elleair released some Funassyi disposable toilet cleansing wipes as well!

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