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One of the many occasions disrupted by the coronavirus during the past year is Comiket, the twice-a-year gathering of otaku fan artists and small-batch merchandisers held at Tokyo’s Big Sight convention center. But even though the physical crowd for Winter Comiket has been skipped, founders still showed their latest creations on the internet as part of the Air Comiket virtual event. For merchandiser Yostar, that supposed setting its Handy Rest Dynamic Mousepad to get Azur Lane personality Kashino.

For those unfamiliar with the title, Azur Lane is a Chinese-developed mobile game with a large and loyal fanbase in Japan. The cast is composed of anthropomorphized anime-girl variations of World War II-era warships. But with the Kashino mousepad, the target market isn’t so many individuals with an interest in military history or marine engineering so much as a gravitational attraction to enormous breasts.

Preorders started on December 31 through Yostar’s online store and ran until the end of January. With its bold design and measurements, plus a cost of 49,500 yen (US$480), this seems like a very niche product, and Yostar establishes a small sales target of 100 units. So when the month was done, how many did they wind up selling?

Yostar advertising director Dai Miwaki shown the figure, which translates into 93,703,500 yen (roughly US$905,350) in revenue. While the company is undoubtedly thrilled to get such a massive surge of money coming in, it requires far outstripping what they’d expected. Unfortunately suggests that Yostar is now having trouble procuring enough of their high-quality soft silicone; it ought to fulfill the orders quickly. “We don’t have enough of the breast materials” audiences of last weekend’s Azur Lane Livestream were informed, and Miwaki apologized on behalf of their firm for an expected delay in the initially estimated late March delivery for the pads. At precisely the same time, he promised that all orders would be fulfilled. So everybody who plunked down 49,500 yen to get a Kashino pad will gradually be getting there, in which time they should be without any worries regarding possible wrist strain…right?
An extra-large mousepad with a sky-high price requires a whole lot of silicone.

Kashino’s ample assets aren’t just for display; however since the mousepad is also billed as a “Fair Rush,” Yostar’s way of saying that the character of the chest is left in pillow softy three-dimensional type to support the user’s wrist.

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