In modern, shrinking Japan, there isn’t exactly an abundance of babies, although it hasn’t quite got to the stage yet when noticing one is a novelty.
And yet as relatively small as their numbers are, they are still clearly fascinated by the kind of face that makes up even less of the population than they do.
Hans ter Horst says
You have the full attention of baby 🙂 I love the angle you shot this in!
Thanks a lot. And yes, I certainly did!
Looks like that guy in the back is fascinated by either you or the baby as well. lol
Yeah, he was amused by the situation, and gave me a nice big smile as we passed.
The guy in the background look more happier than the baby. 🙂
But the baby is so cute.
He was. Really nice fella too.
There’s this nagging little want growing from reading Tokyo Times: … wouldn’t it be nice to live, at least for a while, among people different enough… so I could get to know a place down to its fine existential detail and still be a foreigner. One more for the bucket list.