The familiar design I will introduce this time is “Purikura”. Print club, or “Purikura” for short, are often found at arcades. Recently, there are also stores specializing in print sticker machines, which is familiar as one of the Japanese cultures.
FURYU Corporation is a company that focuses on “fashionable things” for the younger generation, such as photo booths and colored contacts. Most of the photo booth models that were popular when I was a high school student were FURYU products.
When I took a picture with this print sticker machine before, I was interested in the difference in appearance from the conventional model, and when I searched with Jplat-pat, it turned out that the application and registration were made for the partial design. Models that utilize this partial design are “AROUND 20”, “PURi BOX”, “PURi BOX more”, etc.
It is a Japanese culture, and I felt a sense of familiarity with the existence of designs around me. (Rabbit)
Japanese Design Registration No. 1651555
Registration Date: January 9, 2020
Right Holder: FURYU Corporation