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Mar 22, 2013

[NAVER News Roundup] A man all in black walking a Japanese radish on a leash was witnessed at JR Kichijoji, Akabane and other stations.


I have thought that this might become something a fad.  In the near future, a person who takes a watermelon wearing sunglasses out in a buggy will appear.  I can come up with many different versions.  Undoubtedly, however, he is walking with a Japanese radish put on something like a sandal to protect it from getting bruised.
Masatoshi Takeshita
March 14, 2013

English translation of an excerpt from a Japanese article: NAVER News Roundup – March 13, 2013 –

@erinaetol
Oh, no!  A man in front me is walking a Japanese radish on a leash.  Terrific!
10:08 a.m. – March 12, 2013




@erinaetol
The radish shrewdly occupies a space for one person on the escalator.
10:14 a.m. – March 12, 2013



@rumichaaaan
I saw a man dressed in a black coat with a black magician hat walking a Japanese radish on a black leash on the platform at Akabane station.
12:27 a.m. – March 13, 2013

@yuckyii
I saw something amazing!  A man with a silk hat on walking a Japanese radish on a string!  The string was not a mere string but probably a proper leash for animals.  Actually, there are many different types of people in this world.
9:04 a.m. – March 12, 2013

@mizzis
At Kawaguchi Station, I saw a strange man pulling a Japanese radish on a sled (?) get on a train.  It is difficult to explain it.  I saw something interest in the morning.
11:43 p.m. – March 12, 2013

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