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Friday, February 6, 2009
Nohohon Zoku (のほほん族?) are a line of fist-sized bobble head figurines made by the Japanese toy company Tomy. They first went on sale in Japan on July 18, 2002. They are distinguished by a large spherical head with a wide smile and dots for eyes. The primary function of the dolls is to relieve their owners from stress.This makes them especially popular as desk knick-knacks and in offices. Nohohon is marketed as Sunshine Buddies in English speaking countries.
The name Nohohon Zoku means "carefree family." The original two lines were the Hidamari no Tami (ひだまりの民 Sunny People) and the Hanauta no Tami (はなうたの民 Humming People). The Hidamari no Tami can hold a business card sized piece of paper, whereas the Hanauta no Tami can sing and dance. Since the original introduction, other lines have been introduced, including those of Disney (an example being Stitch, from Lilo and Stitch) and Pingu characters.
The size of the figurines depends on the model, with the Hidamari no Tami measuring about 100 mm (3.9 in) in width, depth and height. The Hanauta no Tami are slightly taller, at 145 mm (5.7 in)