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Teachers push carts with kindergarten children on board in Tokyo's Ginza district.

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Teaching them to shop at an early age?

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They are better off in there than getting hit by a car

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Those are better looking than the ones they use in my neighborhood. They're just these big boxes on wheels that hold about 8 kids each. First time I saw one from a distance it looked like somebody was wheeling out the trash or something. Looks pretty funny up close.

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They look more like nursery school children to me.

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Maybe training has already started for Japan's next Winter Olympic bobsled team?

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Ginza version of "Abbey Road"?

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I think these are day care centers, they have a daily "sanpo" routine. At least mine does, and they use those things (kidmobiles?)

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The children are at meeting in the cart, while taking a preview of the city, they are discussing the economic and political situation of the country and i am very sure that they will have a better solutions of the issues then the present political class

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The oba-san are going to get pretty strong pushing those things around.

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They are nursery school kids, Crazy Joe.....being taught how to shop early,!!!!LOL!!!!!

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silliest picture ever!

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Pfft. Easy target for this weeks non-attentive driver

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this is more intense than formula 1 racing.

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I often pass similar carriage-filled tots while going to work. They are nursery school children (actually, some are still babies). I always say "good morning" to them in Japanese ... and usually get a cheery reply. A nice way to start the day.

Cute ...

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