Hidding at Hatena

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Travel by Flipnote

One of the things I like about Flipnote is how it is used all over the world. You can learn a lot about other countries from Flipnotes. You can find Flipnotes on all kinds of traditions, local food and customs. 

This Flipnote by id:guregguru for example shows you Natto, a sticky bad smelling heap of fermented (rotting) beans. That for some strange reason is a popular breakfast food in Japan.

Another Flipnote I like for introducing something unfamiliar is by Gelo, about a mythical creature from the Filipines Manananggal.