For example, the mascot characters of various regions, the elements that make up the characters should include the local specialties, famous scenic spots, local symbolic flowers and birds, and famous historical figures. I live in Kamio City, Saitama Prefecture. The mascot image of Okegawa City next door is wearing a safflower and dressed as an Edo traveler, reflecting the historical landscape of Okegawajuku, Nakasen Road, which retains the style of Edo. On top of these specific elements, abstract concept elements such as "future" and "peace" are added, and the mascots related to local governments and enterprises, as well as various activities are now pieced together.
If a character whatsapp database that mixes and matches these elements is called a composite type, then in contrast, there will be a situation where one theme creates one character. Various stations, various railways, various shopping malls, various coffee shops, various blood components, various computer languages, various holidays and so on. A station corresponds to a character, and a railway corresponds to a character. Similar to this kind of character created from a single element, we call it a single type. The compound type is to "integrate multiple elements that conform to the concept" in order to create new characters. Take local mascots as an
example, that is to add elements such as local specialties and scenic spots. In contrast, the monotype is "just using a certain theme element" when creating a new character. For example, use the Tennoshu ISLE station to create new characters. From the name, it is suitable to be designed as a mixture of Japanese and Europeans and Americans. Then use the image of people to express the station. In other words, "personify the station". And so anthropomorphic characters were born. As such, anthropomorphism is everywhere in Japan today.