This weekend I received an email from a brand new Super Tako, Subarashii. Her name means fabulous, and she is, in fact, one fabulous super tako. About a month ago Subarashii was born in Harajuku, Japan, right before her favorite human was about to visit California. Subarashii and Alisa first went to Yosemite.
They went for a long hike together and even ran into a bear. Subarashii was, luckily, able to visit before the forest fire that is currently impacting the area. They saw lots of waterfalls, pretty flowers and had a fantastic time. The entire park is 761,268 acres. Over 3.7 million people visit Yosemite each year.
Next, she visited San Francisco where her and Alisa had frapaccinos while sitting by the bay. They had a brief rain shower but every shower ends with a rainbow somewhere when Subarashii is around.
The last place they visited was the Golden Gate Bridge. The Golden Gate Bridge has been declared one of the Wonders of the Modern World by the American Society of Civil Engineers. It opened in 1937 and had until 1964 the longest suspension bridge main span in the world, at 4,200 feet.
After their trip was over Subarashii headed home to Harajuku with Alisa. The last time I spoke with them they were enjoying donuts at the Tamagochi Donut stand at the entrance to Harajuku. They’re a crazy pair. I can’t wait to hear from them again soon.