Bronson enjoyed Japanese plays and toys in Tokyo

Bronson went to Kodomo-no-shiro, National Children's Castle in Shibuya, Tokyo.

A fabulous play hall halfway between Shibuya and Omotesando. Facilities include climbing equipment and a playhouse on the third floor, and a music lobby on the fourth floor where children can indulge their love of noise. The playport on the fifth-floor roof garden is the biggest attraction, combining a jungle gym with large ball pools.

This is a game that frequently is played at New Year. Pieces of paper cut in the shape of eyebrows, eyes, a nose, a mouth, and ears are to be matched with an outline drawing of a woman's face, known as the homely woman (otafuku); to play, one person is blindfolded and creates a face by placing the eyes, nose and other pieces on the outline. Because one proceeds by instinct, the comical features of the completed picture cause the jovial laughter.



Try to make BIG Origami


Luch Time!

We went to a Japanese restaurant near the castle.

We've had a lots of fun as we've played.

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