Japanese man spends 2 million yen to “become a dog”

A resident of Japan, who dreamed of turning into an animal, spent two million yen ($15,743) to become a dog, reports Yahoo! news.

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To make his dream come true, a man named Toko turned to a firm that specializes in sculptures and models for films, commercials and entertainment establishments and commissioned a realistic collie dog costume.

It took 40 days and several fittings to create the costume. According to an employee of the company, it was not easy to fulfill the order.

“Because the skeletal structure of a dog and a human is so different, we spent a lot of time learning how to make the human figure look like a dog,” he explained.

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“In addition, we have collected photographs taken from different angles to reproduce the beautiful collie coat and make it look natural.”

“I made it in the form of a collie because the long coat makes it look more realistic when I put it on. I thought that an animal roughly the same size as me would look good given that it would be a realistic model. Collies are my favorite dog breed,” said Toko.

Toko posted a video of him trying on a collie costume and walking like a dog. You can see how he waves his “paw” and falls to one side, as a real dog could do.

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Earlier it was reported that a resident of the US state of Colorado decided to become a cat-man and found a “owner”. She fell in love with a 52-year-old man and soon entered into a relationship with him.

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Jake Carter

Jake Carter is a researcher and a prolific writer who has been fascinated by science and the unexplained since childhood.

He is not afraid to challenge the official narratives and expose the cover-ups and lies that keep us in the dark. He is always eager to share his findings and insights with the readers of anomalien.com, a website he created in 2013.

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