A lot of times, little items that were lost on the street are picked up and put aside for the owner to find again. That's courtesy for you.
Fall colors, just for Ces. They peaked just a couple of weeks ago. Looks like tiny fiestaware, no?
Understandably, the elves were a little busy, so the Union sent replacements. These guys are being constantly blown with air so they "dance." And there's music, to boot, but not necessarily Christmas music. It's kind of funny to watch them dance to Abba's Dancing Queen.
And of course, Santa. This is the statue of Colonel Sanders, in the holiday mood. The Japanese celebrate Christmas, but without the religious aspect to it. It's purely commercial, a time to feast on traditional Christmas cake. As my Japanese friend explained it to me, New Year's is the time to spend with family. So some years back, the KFC people starting promoting their fried chicken as the perfect meal to share with your sweetheart on Christmas. What can I say. It's a cheap date. Plus, they deliver here.