Today, I went to Little World, a theme park in Inuayama City, with 3 girls from my work. We had a really great time! Little World is a theme park that opened in 1983, and it features buildings, food, clothing, and stores that represent a variety of countries.
I saw this really pretty seashell in the Okinawa house.
I got some Okinawan doughnuts to try while we were in Okinawa.
Standing with the shisa!
At each country, you could pay to try on various costumes. Here is a couple dressed up.
Inside one of the buildings (I think in Indonesia?), there were these bizarre heads you could try on.
Hats and outwear hanging on a wall.
In North America, we tried shooting bows and arrows. My first attempt was a complete fail, but I totally hit the bird target on this shot!
Aiming for the targets!
There was an Alaskan building, too!
Native Alaskan artifacts.
A really cool gate made of stone and brick.
There were many cool artifacts near the ceilings of the buildings.
How would you like to see this above your bed? Because that’s where this was positioned.
We thought this house looked like a boat!
Posing in Germany.
This cool display detailed the process of creating a nutcracker.
We got to see super cute llamas, too!!
African Plaza posing.
The African area had these really cool houses where we played hide and seek! I won!
This was inside a really cool temple replica.
We are so happy to be in Turkey!
A beautiful lamp post.
Korea had really nice plum blossoms.
They smelled delightful!
Here are some white blossoms.
Well, that’s all for Little World!