Why do autistic people really love manga?
The world of Japanese manga comics is loud, colourful and bombastic.
This spirit is reflected in TokyoToys, a shop that has just opened in Glasgow. The brainchild of Hideki Nguyen, it specialises in selling manga merchandise with a very exuberant staff.
But the store also attracts people of a much less extrovert disposition, from the autistic community.
Our video journalist Dougal Shaw went along to find out why.
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This video is a part of a new series from the BBC Business Unit called My Shop. The series profiles independent shops that follow a distinctive business model. To suggest a shop . For the latest updates about the series follow video journalist Dougal Shaw on Twitter.
This video was made as part of a project filming on mobile phones, read more about it here.
- From the section Business