TV personalities Taiyo Sugiura, 30, and Mika Mifune, 28, this week attended a seminar and publicity event named "Papa Mama Meeting" for the mineral water brand I LOHAS, which is distributed in Japan by Coca-Cola.
The event was organized to encourage parents to provide mineral water for their children. Mifune, who has a 6-year-old daughter, said, "I used to use tap water when cooking, but now I'm going to try to use mineral water for the sake of my children. This event is about safety and peace of mind."
Sugiura then impressed the audience by preparing milk and feeding it to a baby belonging to an audience member. "If dad helps out with raising the kids, the jobs get done in half the time. That leaves you more time to be a couple in the evenings," he said.
Mifune also said that while a bottle was not bad, her husband had announced his desire to create a man's feeding bra which would use tubes to deliver milk to infants. "If we ever manufacture such a thing, I think it'd really sell," she joked.© Japan Today