Pachimon, or Pachimon Kaiju, is a term used for various Japanese bromide cards (or artistic postcards) that were published around the early 1970’s. These bromide cards were known for featuring bizarre imitation monsters, directly and indirectly based on more famous, existing Kaiju characters. Hence the term Pachimon; ‘Pachi’, as in stolen, and ‘Mon’, as in monster. (x)
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