Keisuke Suzuki, 33, works for an Internet auction company in Japan dealing with otaku products. He also buys and sells collectibles as a side job. He personally has been collecting for six years. He started when he lived in Los Angeles and worked as a salesperson for Mandarake. There he became interested in McDonald’s toys. As a kid he was impressed by the McDonald’s playlands he saw on TV, but, as he lived in the countryside, could never visit. His collection now is mainly advertising toys. He has about 800 pieces in his collection.

Keisuke Suzuki, 33, works for an Internet auction company in Japan dealing with otaku products. He also buys and sells collectibles as a side job. He personally has been collecting for six years. He started when he lived in Los Angeles and worked as a salesperson for Mandarake. There he became interested in McDonald’s toys. As a kid he was impressed by the McDonald’s playlands he saw on TV, but, as he lived in the countryside, could never visit. His collection now is mainly advertising toys. He has about 800 pieces in his collection.