The "Dancing Radish Man" running away from the scene is now the talk of the town on international sites!
"Can you catch me? I am the dancing radish man!" An article with the subtitle "I'm a Dancing Radish Man!
"Can you catch me? I am the Dancing Radish Man!
An article with the subtitle "I am the dancing radish man!
Dancing Radish Man!
The dancing radish man is a slightly oddly shaped radish that appears to be dancing at first glance. This photo was taken by a Twitter user "Root Vegetable Farmer Ummama ( @konsai_umemama
)" living in Hyogo Prefecture and published on Twitter. The photo has been picked up by many international websites and is gaining popularity.
The U.S. website Design Taxi introduced this radish as follows
What would you do if you dug up a funny looking radish that looked like it was running? Twitter user "@konsai_umemama," who runs a farm in Hyogo Prefecture, decided to put the daikon in a humorous situation and photograph it.
U.S. website Foodbeast praised the beauty of this daikon, saying it was more of a dancer than a runner.
Design Taxi described Mr. Radish Man as running. But I see its shape as that of a lithe, graceful dancer."
The radish man came out of the field.
Refuse to be eaten by others and
He ran out of the kitchen!
Through the clutches of the watchdog
Running from your pursuers
And jump! Behold! Toes like a ballerina!
He has a leaping ability that even surpasses Tetsuya Kumagawa!
No one can catch up with us any longer.
Root Vegetables Farmer Ummama is a full-time farmer in Hyogo Prefecture. She sells root vegetables directly at "Harima Mitsu Umaimon Net," "Nana Farm," "Megumi no Sato," and "Hyogo Wakuwaku Kan. You can buy vegetables so fresh you'll be running for your life!
Dancing Radish Man" has also been introduced in other websites such as Spoon & Tamago, which introduces Japanese art.