How cute and cuddly mascots generate billions in Japan

HANYU, Japan –They’re kooky, cuddly – and for some – a little creepy. In Japan, mascots aren’t warm-up acts. They’re the main event, reports CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz. It’s been dubbed the capital of cute, and at the World Character …
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