Stunning And Heartwarming Photography From The ‘Bubble Uncle’ Who Spreads Joy Around Japan – Design You Trust

Stunning And Heartwarming Photography From The ‘Bubble Uncle’ Who Spreads Joy Around Japan

A man who calls himself Bubble Ojisan (a word meaning a middle aged man or uncle) on Twitter has been spreading joy with the simple pleasure of soap bubbles.

His profile describes him as a bubbles artist. Based in Chiba, he performs bubble shows in various places around Japan and posts stunning photos on Twitter, combining the Japanese landscape with the dreamy aesthetic of the bubbles.

Nore: Instagram, Twitter h/t: grapee

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