The idea is nice, but the Pikachu costume is a bit creepy.

Stationmaster Yasuhisa Sonoda waves to the “Smile Express Pikachu” bullet train on the Tohoku Shinkansen as it leaves Tokyo’s Ueno Station on the morning of July 30, 2011. The train’s body is decorated with Pikachu and other characters from the popular anime “Pokemon” as part of a project launched by East Japan Railway Co. and All Nippon Airways to cheer up children in areas hit by the March 11 quake and tsunami. (Mainichi)

The idea is nice, but the Pikachu costume is a bit creepy.

Stationmaster Yasuhisa Sonoda waves to the “Smile Express Pikachu” bullet train on the Tohoku Shinkansen as it leaves Tokyo’s Ueno Station on the morning of July 30, 2011. The train’s body is decorated with Pikachu and other characters from the popular anime “Pokemon” as part of a project launched by East Japan Railway Co. and All Nippon Airways to cheer up children in areas hit by the March 11 quake and tsunami. (Mainichi)

If this cat could send jolts of electricity like Pikachu its owner would be SO fried right now.

Apparently it’s Photoshopped so no cats were harmed in the making of this Pikachu.

If this cat could send jolts of electricity like Pikachu its owner would be SO fried right now.

Apparently it’s Photoshopped so no cats were harmed in the making of this Pikachu.

(via nothingbutagoodtime)