Bit by bit, the Blackcabbit crafts its nest of DIY handmade art and illustrates a kingdom of doodle critters to beautify the world she lives in.
Yesterday, we brought the kids to a bowling alley, at Tokiwadaira Bowling Center. It was Fireball and Twinkle-Bell’s first bowling experience as well as my first game in Japan. Bowling centers in Japan are so kid-friendly. I was so impressed that they have bowling shoes for our two year old. How cool is that! They also provide kid-sized bowling balls, which are light-weight and have holes for all the cute chubby fingers.
There is no need to worry about throwing gutter balls since the Gutter Bumpers (aka. Puffer Lanes) will automatically appear when it is the kid’s turn to play. Keeping their confidence and enjoyment level at rocket high. LOLLast but not least, it was the cute-looking bowling ball ramp that amused me the most. The kids had so much fun using it to roll their ball down the bowling alley. However do note, it’d take forever for the ball to hit the pins! 4.8km/hr to be exact… :D
Oh, I used a “lady’s ball.” I never had these when I bowled in Malaysia or Singapore. Not sure how it helped cos my score was as lousy as usual. Nonetheless, we had a great time!