Friday, February 19, 2010
Conforming to the group, and not standing out from the crowd, are attributes much cherished in Japan. And so it is also for the statues. There is a standard cap and bib that most statues wear.
Among the 1,500 statues in Tachikue Gorge, however, there were some statues wearing unique and individual outfits. This guy could not be cosier.
For some the Russian peasant woman look is the way to go.
Kawaii (cute) is always an option in Japan.
But for some, "au naturelle"