Kyoto, Japan: Mecca of Cool

i can't believe how cool this guy is

Spring, 1980. A young Japanese man by the name of Satoru Tsuda finds an abandoned kitten at the dry cleaners next door to his home in Nagoya and takes it in, even though he doesn’t like cats. He names it “Matakichi”, after the dry cleaners. One day, as the kitten is playing with some doll’s clothes in the house, Tsuda notices that they are the same size …


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10 Responses to “Kyoto, Japan: Mecca of Cool”

  1. I’ve oft wondered how one discovers his love for dressing animals to look like humans. One (he) might want to review the portions of Scripture wherein our LORD clearly places man in dominion over animals and declares that He (the LORD) will care for the animals. WHy then, I beg of you, must humans continually feel the need to humanize the animal? why?
    Pardon, I must away, I need to run to the cleaners and pick up my dog’s new suit. Big job interview this week…want him looking his best!

  2. I used to dress my cat in dolls clothes—what I was 9!!! Then I left the childish things behind…

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  7. always choose dry cleaners that uses organic based cleaning agents and detergent to help the environment`.-

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