The Matsuno brothers have puns in their names: "Osomatsu" means "lame" or "ill-prepared" "Karamatsu" is the Japanese word for the larch Choromatsu is named after "choroi", which means "easy" or "simple" Ichimatsu is named after "ichimatsumoyo", which means "check pattern" "Jushimatsu" means "society finch" and " ...
Now approximately in his late 20s to early 30s, he has grown to be 150cm and has a full head of black hair.
Totoko's strength and body blow ability are said to have been inherited from this young man, who is 10 years her senior (making him 20 and have come of adult age at the start of the series) and who goes by the boxing alias "Fighting Yowai"; this is a parody of the famous pro-boxer of the time, Fighting Harada.
Todomatsu Matsuno ( 松野 まつの トド とど 松 まつ Matsuno Todomatsu) is a character in the series Osomatsu-kun.
A setting of Choromatsu as an adult is shown in this beer advertisement, with him at age 35 (25 years after -kun). He is depicted as a serious-looking police officer wearing a pair of glasses, and is in charge of directing traffic.
In both the manga as well as anime adaptations, Osomatsu's height varies from reflecting how he is relatively tall for his age (150cm) and slim (46kg) but strongly built, to him being much shorter and chubbier of a child.
Titled Osomatsu-san the Movie (えいがのおそ松さん, Eiga no Osomatsu-san), the film was released on March 15, 2019. A new 7-episode short series was announced in February 2019, with the main staff and cast from the television series returning to reprise their roles. The shorts ran from March 1 to March 15, 2019.
His overall age may vary according to a work, but he is usually set in his 30s in Osomatsu-kun, with "36 1/2" being specified in a profile on the second sonosheet. Although, the 1988 guide to the series also presents the idea that his age is unknown and that he claims to be only 23.
Karamatsu is holding soup dumplings (xiaolongbao)