Thursday, July 28, 2011

Start Them Young


There were kids doing the Awa-Odori at the Kagurazaka Festival, too!

This little girl was so cute. They were all getting ready to start and someone (probably her dad) called out to her and she was shyly smiling back.

22 comments:

  1. She is a little doll... so cute!

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  2. Oh my goodness! She is adorable. What perfect timing on this candid shot!

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  3. Those kids are just too cute for words! Must have been fun to watch them!

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  4. Sweeeeet! Don't you just love that band aid below the knee!!! :-)

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  5. Very nice picture! Adorable kids.

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  6. They'e all beautiful and colourful in their costumes.

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  7. So cute! I love the colors of their yukata.

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  8. Is she ever cute! Absolutely adorable!

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  9. Lovely portrait, wonderful colors!

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  10. OOPS! I think I left my last comment in the wrong place. Sorry about that! At any rate, she looks like a very sweet child.

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  11. Oh, what a moment. Right down to the bandaid on her knee. Well done.

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  12. Such eye-tickling vibrant shades of orange!

    (When I noticed her finger by the corner of her mouth I thought of Seiko Matsuda as burikko).

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  13. That must been a blast to watch! I don't think they were dancing in unison like the ladies in one of the videos did. I can just imagine... LOL!!!!

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  14. Definitely very cute! And I love their costumes.

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  15. she is so sweet. I love the colors here.

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  16. This image is beyond adorable Kaori, such a sweet face and she hurt her knee oh no!! have a fan weekend.

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  17. kawaii ne. ^0^
    what a candid face, they look like 人形。 ^0^
    i think bec. their lil kids, they sure look adorable.

    have a super fantastic weekend dear Kaori.

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  18. It's easier to start things young compared to starting later, or wanting to change later!

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  19. It's easier to start things young compared to starting later, or wanting to change later!

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