Kumamon Square is the" "office" "of the famous mascot Kumamon of Kumamoto Prefecture. The bear mascot was created in 2011 to improve public relations in Kumamoto. Kumamon works as an official of the prefecture and is with the dual roles of sales manager and sales manager Happiness Manager for Kumamoto Prefecture.
In Kumamon Square there is an exclusive souvenir shop, there are food stalls and an event stage. In the square, visitors have numerous opportunities to take photos and experience Kumamon up close. There are also live shows to which Kumamon dances. Kumamon Square is full of trophies the popular bear received from all over Japan.
Approx. 20-minute tram or bus ride from JR Kumamoto Station to Suidocho stop
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