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The kanban musume of a ramen shop, Kanade Yamashina
|Moe Point||Kanban musume (看板娘, かんばんむすめ)|
|Type||Informal job class|
|Related Moe Points||Race queen, bunny girl, elevator girl, mascot|
A kanban musume (
Kanban (看板), in Japanese, refers to store signs, or billboards made for publicity and advertising. A kanban musume is the sign girl of the store, that is, someone who can increase the popularity of the store and the flow of customers. It could be a waitress, clerk, and so on. In other words, a kanban musume is a "living billboard". The term is also synonymous with yuru-chara.
Characters with this moe point
Only characters set to this occupation/title are listed here. For product endorsement images/representative images of artists, etc. who are commonly called kanban musume, please refer to the article Virtual spokesperson. For other symbolic characters, see Mascot.
- Ayame (Naruto) - The girl who works at Ichiraku Ramen Shop.
- Dejiko (Di Gi Charat) - The kanban musume of the video game store Gamers, located in real life Akihabara, in Japan.
- Kafuu Chino (Rabbit House), Ujimatsu Chiya (Amausa-an), Kirima Syaro (Fleur du Lapin) (Is the Order a Rabbit?)