Glico Man In Osaka: Background Images You Have Never Seen Before
Glico man is a huge neon signboard with a size of 10.85 meters in width and 20 meters in height. It is the “face” of the Ebisubashi neighborhood, and is currently the 5th generation counting from the first generation in 1935. The sky area changes from morning to night in a two-minute and seven-second cycle. The man usually runs on backgrounds of the four most famous locations in Osaka, including Osaka Castle, Kaiyukan, Kyocera Dome Osaka and Tsutenkaku.
But in this article, we will show you the rare and unusual backgrounds of the famous Glico Man!
The Usual Backgrounds of The Glico Man
The Rare Backgrounds of The Glico Man
Let us know which backgrounds you have seen so far and what backgrounds you would like to see next!
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