Japanese Company Sees Surge in Demand for Donald Trump Masks #Jp

A rubber mask manufacturer in Japan is experiencing a surge in demand for Donald Trump masks after the Republican won the presidential race. The AP reports that Ogawa Studio is scrambling to complete 350 Trump masks a day, up from 45 before the election. Workers use spray-paint for Trump’s tan skin and yellow hair, then hand-paint his blue eyes for a life-like resemblance. Each mask costs 2,400 yen (roughly $22). The factory’s manager Takahiro Yagihara says most customers are planning to wear the masks for New Year’s Eve parties, as well as other social gatherings. Ogawa Studio also creates masks of Trump’s rival Hillary Clinton, President Barack Obama and other Japanese and international politicians and celebrities

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