FOX

&

LANTERN

This is inspired by the Japanese fable ‘The marriage of the foxes’. It is said that during the night foxes line up one behind the other, and travel over rivers and mountains with lanterns made of paper to celebrate these marriages.

 

According to legend, if it’s raining but there is the sun too, then it means that foxes are having fun, so pay attention, you might be able to see the marriage of the foxes!