Board game:Hashimoto-san Game


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The Strong National Museum of Play

Hashimoto-san was a character from the Terrytoons cartoon makers. Hashimoto-san was a "Japanese house mouse," also a husband and father to two children. The cartoon centers around common Japanese customs, such as a doll festival, and always involves the mouse family's enemy, a house cat. The segments typically end with a Confusius-like saying or parable related to the toon's subject. The cartoons are often called the first non-stereotyped cartoon depictions of Asian characters. Transogram produced a board game directly drawin from the series in 1963, which the donor's mother remembers fondly.

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  • Title: Board game:Hashimoto-san Game
  • Creator: Transogram
  • Date Created: 1963
  • Location: New York, NY
  • Subject Keywords: Hashimoto-san
  • Type: Board Games, Character Products
  • Rights: Terrytoons, Inc.
  • Medium: printed paper, plastic, cardboard
  • Credit Line: Gift of Kathy and Kelly Parlin in Honor of the Daniel Swerko Family


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