It looks like someone skinned a teddy bear and covered a bus with its pelt -- and that's actually not too far from the truth.
This bus is designed to look like Duffy, the teddy bear mascot of the Tokyo Disney Sea theme park, and it's coated in the same super-soft plush material as the bear itself, according to a report from HuffPost Japan.
The front of the bus features an image of Duffy's face, while the rear end has paw prints and a tail -- and it's treated to make sure the bear-bus doesn't turn nasty if it gets rained on, according to RocketNews24.
The fuzzfest continues on the inside, with even the seats coated in Duff-fluff.
The only thing that's missing is passengers, because the Duffy bus won't be ferrying weary travelers from the theme park to their hotel rooms. Instead, it's going on a promotional tour across Japan -- called, appropriately enough, "Duffy's Fluffy Journey," Oriental Land, the company that runs Disney's Japanese theme parks, said in a news release.
Tokyo Disney Sea opened in 2001 and is the second Disney theme park in Japan. It's next to Tokyo Disneyland, which opened in 1983.