Sawara still has its old streets. This town once prospered as a water town, and the streets from that time still remain. There is a small river running through the center of the town, and I was walking along the river. Old houses and magnificent warehouses lined both sides of the river.
When I turned my eyes to the other side of the river, I saw kindergarteners walking along. To be more precise, they were not walking. They were being carried away in a wagon. The children on the wagon were in a good mood because they were able to move even though they were not walking on their own feet.
I don't think there were wagons like this when I was a child. It must be easy for the nursery staff to carry the children in the wagon, and fun for the children. I could hear the happy voices of the children.
|Mar 2006 CHIBA PEOPLE|
|KID KINDERGARTEN SAWARA WAGON|
March 21, 2006
June 21, 2021
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