This Japanese man spends $ 18000 to look like a wolf sitting up on his hind legs

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Multiple times, the man visited the studio for his fits and measurements.

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A man from Japan altered his appearance to resemble a real wolf walking on its hind legs. He paid 3,000,000 yen (Rs 18.5 lakhs) to a business called Zeppet for his custom-made suit.

The customer who sought anonymity stated, “Because I’ve loved animals since I was a child and because I’ve seen realistic animal costumes on television, I’ve always wanted to be one someday.”

Multiple times, the man visited the studio for his fits and measurements. Customers added, “We examined photographs of genuine wolves to debate the tiniest aspects until we incorporated a large number of features into the specs.”

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The company needs fifty days to complete the dog suit. The man, pleased with the outcome, stated that he resembled his mental image. He said, “At the final fitting, I was astonished to see my changed reflection. It was the moment when my dream became a reality. My request to “look like a real wolf walking on its hind legs” was difficult, but the completed costume was precisely what I had envisioned.”

“The ventilation slit for the wearer’s comfort and the gadgets that allow the wearer to put it on without assistance demonstrated that the designers paid special attention to the wearer’s comfort,” claimed the guy.

This is not the first time Zeppet has created a dog costume. Previously, a man named Toco metamorphosed into a dog. 12 Lakhs were spent on a one-of-a-kind fuzzy costume.

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