"Can you catch me? I'm a dancing radish man!" An article with such a subtitle has become a hot topic on overseas sites.
"Can you catch me? I'm a dancing radish man!"
Articles with such subtitles are now a hot topic on overseas sites.
Dancing radish man!
The true identity of a dancing radish man is a slightly unusually shaped radish that looks like it is dancing at first glance. It was taken by Twitter user "Root vegetable farmer Umemama
(@konsai_umemama)" who lives in Hyogo prefecture and published on Twitter. The photo has been featured on many overseas sites and is gaining popularity.
The US site Design Taxi introduced this radish as follows:
"What would you do if you dug out a strangely shaped radish that looked like it was running?" Twitter user "@konsai_umemama", who runs agriculture in Hyogo prefecture, puts the radish in a humorous situation and shoots it. It was to be"
The US site FOODBEAST praises the beauty of this radish as a dancer rather than a runner.
"Design Taxi described it as running Mr. Radish Man, but I look like a supple and graceful dancer."
The radish man who came out of the field
Refuse to be eaten by people
I ran away from the kitchen!
Go through the devil's hand of the guard dog
Run away from the pursuit
And jump! Look! Ballerina-like toes!
Jumping power that surpasses even Tetsuya Kumakawa!
I can't catch up with anyone anymore
Umemama, a root vegetable farmer, is a full-time farmer in Hyogo prefecture. It is said that root vegetables are sold directly at "Harima Mitsu Umaimon Net," "Nana Farm," "Megumi no Sato," and "Hyogo Wakuwakukan." The more you run and run away, the more fresh vegetables you can buy!
"Dancing Daikon Otoko" is also introduced on Spoon & Tamago, a site that introduces Japanese art.