Hanno-matsuri parade is a place for the whole family. Took this photo during a rest stop of the parade. These little girls were so cute and so tired. The crowd loved them because you can see the future of Japan in their adorable little faces. It’s comforting for me to see the continuation of tradition and history in the face of ultra-modernization. I come from a country where unique cultures are only to be celebrated as long as they are not our own. Sad.
Kyou mo ashita mo dara dara goron – “Today and tomorrow too I’m laying down and lazing around.” Rillakuma is loved by children of all ages all over the world, especially here in Japan. Your children will love this little 3 wheeler miniature auto featuring super cute kuma ears and only a speed children from 1-92 can know. That means all of us. Now, dara dara goron! o_O