Santa Clause Rocks the House in Japan! (video)
Well… Christmas is around the corner and so begins the house calls for Santa Clause in Tokushima! As I’ve written before, every December I’m asked to be Santa Clause at various kindergartens and elementary schools in Japan. This year the experience was on the largest stage to date! For almost 200 kindergarten students and their family at an event hall called Bunka no Mori, I dawned the red and white costume once more to bring the joy of Christmas to the children of Japan. On a side note, a big shout-out to my boy Olli from Iceland who recently left Japan for his Igloo! I was surprised to learn that Iceland has a population of only 300,000 people, that’s the size of the city I’m living in! As credits are always in order in "show biz," the Big O was my camera man and involved in the production of the first four installments of MY LIFE AND TIMES IN JAPAN videos. So without further a due, I bring you the latest: Santa Clause Rocks the House in Japan!
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