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Full deck of awesome Japanese monster playing cards

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1. Vampire Kyuradorosu.  2. Pollution monster Kashuasu.
 
File under: “things I wish I’d have known in school.”

This pack of Japanese playing cards features a selection of pachimon kaiju or “imitation monsters” lifted from various hit TV shows and movies. These monsters range from fire-breathing gorillas to flying creatures from outer space and giant electrocuting humanoids. The set was apparently manufactured as a promotional pack for kids by a Japanese brand of mayonnaise called Kewpie.

I’d have surely eaten my egg-mayo sandwiches without complaint if I’d been dealt a hand of these fun little beauties.
 
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3. Ice monster Gohoho.  4. Creature form outer space Altamegaro.
 
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5. Pesticide monster Deredoron.  6. Ancient dinosaur Tapikurosaurus.
 
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7. Elekipurosu—a giant electrocuting humanoid.  8. Meji—an extraterrestrial wolf who can fly.
 
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9. Eru and 10. Puradon are both monsters from outer space.
 
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J. Mambaa—a giant terrifying fish creature. Q. Oapiaa—an undead mummy.
 
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K. Alien Achiira from outer space.  1. Methanoron—evil smog and pollution monster.
 
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2. Buranpiitaa—flying robot.  3. Aurororas—ancient fire-breathing dragon from the North Pole.
 
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4. Andromeropius—alien from the planet Sparta.  5. Peroggaa—dinosaur with a hellishly adhesive tongue.
 

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6. Goroboasu—giant football playing beast from New York.  7. Vacuuma—a powerful vacuum monster.
 
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8. Metrokabayan—giant eel from another planet.  9. Tibetron—yeti.
 
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10. Aamu—uses radio waves to destroy buildings and humans. J. Jiradon—an Alpine dragon.
 
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Q. Kimu—alien from the Methane Nebula.  K. Alien Carter from the Carter nebula.
 
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1. Oxydron—a pollution monster from Tokyo.  2. Heater—uses body heat to burn things.
 
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3. Jeunesse—faster than a speeding bullet.  4. Spater—weird bird-type beast from the Jupiter nebula.
 
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5. Begovia—another thing from outer space.  6. Orix—meteor monster.
 
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7. Kabisantaa—icky bacteria beast from China.  8. Peshura—super mouse from the planet Corona.
 
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9. Chiipaa—invisible giant from Europe.  10. H—hydrogen demon.
 
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J.—giant bug from the tropics.  Q. Meromeron—born from a comet.
 
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K. Alien Morris—from the Morris meteor.  1. Smogger—pollution spreading monster.
 
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2. Uradon—radiation creature from the depths of the sea.  3. Computron—giant robot from Tokyo.
 
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4. Gurora from the planet Beta.  5. Perebon from the planet Saturn.
 
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6. Menakujira—soft bodied alien.  7. Pla-king—plastic man from Kanagawa prefecture.
 
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8. Okusu—giant fire-breathing gorilla from the planet Claude.  9. Betarasu—weird creature from the fifth dimension.
 
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10. Buruburu—snow beast from Kilimanjaro.  J. Glamingo—bird creature from Alaska.
 
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Q. Pira—solar monster from somewhere near the Sun.  K. Alien Iron from the planet Sigma.
 
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And don’t forget the Joker.
 
Previously on Dangerous Minds:
Wonderful Japanese kaiju playing cards.
 
Via Pink Tentacle.
 

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