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Japanese Kids Practicing Tongue Twisters

By , 8 April 2011

Japanese Kids Practicing Tongue Twisters

Some Japanese kids in  the national park at Kyoto having fun with their tongue twisters. Although ravaged by wars, fires, and earthquakes during its eleven centuries as the imperial capital, Kyoto was spared from the firebombing of World War II. With its 2000 religious places - 1600 Buddhist temples and 400 Shinto shrines, as well as palaces, gardens and architecture intact, it is one of the best preserved cities in Japan.

Japanese Kids Practicing Tongue Twisters

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Japanese Kids Practicing Tongue Twisters

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Comment posted by: Jeremiah, 4 years ago

I think this little kids had a really nice representation there. Good for them!

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