Front from left: Zaza, Ejad (forever rawks!), Nik and woman in black shirt with marvellous butt! Wallaaaaaaaa~!!
Having a good business!! Adore this family so much. A malay family with their 2 daughters wearing kimono. Wonder, how does this malay family growing up their children by introduce, celebrating and respect Japanese traditional culture. I'm touched!
Even Malay dance also was performed in this ceremony.The only stall with gate around. Without that gate I'm sure people can come inside just to get the balloon. Picture taken before the main gate open. The real situation after the gate open, u can't even see me or one of us... Really crowded and hectic!
A Japanese girl?? Same like last year, she doesn't want to miss this event. My Aliyah Umairah. One day I'll buy her kimono and we'll wear it together in Bon Odori Festival.
The real scene. The stadium full with more than 30,000 people. Not even Japanese celebrating Bon Odori - in Malaysia every races celebrating it without care who are u, where u from, what color of ur skin - here we all holding hands - dancing and having fun together.
And last but not least... my company as usual... closing our stall the earliest due to all our balloons sold out. Even the most expensive balloon sold out before the sun set. 1500pcs yoyo balloon (the one that aliyah holding) completely sold by 9.20pm and make us return home "lenggang kangkong" with three pouch bags filled with cash!!! Again... break the last year record!! Wallaaaaaaaa!!!!