Yup, for all you comedy and speed-o lovers out there, the Kojima Yoshio stamp and postcard set! Yours for 5500 yen!
Let's take a look at some pictures
Each stamp is 80 yen which means if you use them with the postcards you'll lose 30 yen. If you do use them with a letter, you should take care and use it with the appropriate receiver and situation in mind as this column goes into. Imagine:
University student looking for job: I need to send this very important document right now! I only have my Kojima Yoshio commemorative stamps though! I guess they'll have to do!
Very Important Man Who Regularly Receives Very Important Documents: Why is there a naked man on this stamp?
Assistant: I believe he's wearing a speed-o, sir.
Very Important Man Who Regularly Receives Very Important Documents: Whatever. [Dumps letter into bin without opening it]
Guy desperately in love: That girl in another prefecture needs me to do something romantic to win her heart! I'll write her a love letter! It's perfect! Oops. I only have these Yoshio Kojima stamps! She won't notice!
Girl: It's a letter from that guy who keeps bugging me! I wonder if I should go out with him? What's that in a corner? Yoshio Kojima? That reminds me! [Dumps letter into bin absentmindedly without opening it, goes to watch エンタの神様 rerun]
Remember! Only 5500 yen!
Bonus: Try and ask any at least half-way sarcastic Japanese person who has watched either a news report about Ichiro in which Americans were interviewed or an MLB broadcast he was involved in. Do they say Ichiro like a Japanese person normally would or do they say it in a mock American tone like "Ee-chee-roe"?