It is known that this subway train and station is an activity aimed at celebrating Sonic’s Hedgehog’s 25th birthday and Sonic the Hedgehog game.
For 8x-9x gamers, Sonic super-fast hedgehog – the SEGA game mascot has become so familiar. Even this porcupine since 1991 has been a symbol of SEGA in particular and the Japanese game industry. Therefore, it is not surprising that Sonic’s image is used to promote the growth of a product created by SEGA. However, Sonic’s recent appearance at the subway station is quite a new thing for gamers around the world.
Sonic has been the SEGA game mascot since 1991. In fact, the game characters appear a lot for advertising purposes but only on the mass media. However, Japan is a country where people here are extremely creative, at least in the field of using game images to promote transportation. Previously, we had known the passenger aircraft with Pokemon pictures of All Nippon Airways and now the Sonic Subway.
… Now the Sonic Subway Recently, the image of the blue subway train – Sonic’s signature color and the figure of the character printed on the hull made not only Japanese people but also games Players around the world feel extremely excited. Blue Sky is the newest metro line of Keikyu firm to launch to serve the movement of people to Tokyo airport.
With the entire train in blue color as well as printing Sonic on it, we can fully recognize the message contained in it only agility, god of speed. Sonic expresses agility, extremely suitable. With a subway train, as far as we know, all of this is not just a collaboration between a game company and a carrier, it is also an activity aimed at celebrating the 25th anniversary of Sonic’s character birthday and Sonic the Hedgehog game. Not only the blue train with the SEGA mascot, the game company, along with Keikyu, agreed to call Otorii station with a new name “Ga Sonic”.