Thursday, July 23, 2015

kero kero

amagaeru(literally rain frog) right outside our front door The rainy season is over but we've been having rain for the past two days, go figure...

As Satoshi was leaving for work this morning, we noticed this guy on our wall right outside of our front door.

What amazed us is that we live a couple of stories up, so we wondered how he got up so high?

dude! what you doing all the way up here?! (found this guy just outside our front door) if I'm not mistaken these types of frogs are called amagaeru(literally rain frog) #大阪#箕面 #雨蛙 #minoo #osaka #amagaeru #frog 🐸 Here's a close up.

If I'm not mistaken this type of frog is what the Japanese call an "amagaeru" literally "rain frog" (hyla japonica is the scientific name).

wondering when the rain will stop When I left for the market he was staring out at the rain, possibly wondering when it would stop.

he's still here...think he's gonna have to start paying rent... And when I came back from the market, he was still there.

We'll probably have to start charging him rent if he continues to stay...

Oh, frogs in Japan say "kero kero"...what do frogs in your country say?


KirkK said... that relative who comes to visit but never leaves.....

jalna said...

Awww, he looks cute . . . not like our ugly toads here.

Anonymous said...

The frog is thinking, that was one tequila too many. How do I get down from here and just as important, how'd I end up here?

tofugirl said...

Oh! That's why the character is called all makes sense now.

K and S said...

lol, it left after the sun set, Kirk :)

so true Jalna :)

so funny, Anon :)

yes that is right, Tofugirl :)

Take care everyone.

Rowena said...

haha, they say aiuto! (help) because italians eat frogs as a second course - although I wouldn't know if your frog is the edible type. Did you give it a name?

K said...

Haha that's funny that he stuck around for so long!

K and S said...

that is funny Rowena, no didn't name 'um.

indeed K!

Take care you two.