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70302-0002 - Playing Ko o toro


Okayama Showa 1930s Unknown
Japanese school girls in uniform playing Ko o toro Ko toro (子をとろ子とろ), a traditional Japanese game. The girl on the left tries to capture the girl at the end of the line. Ko o toro Ko toro means Capture the child. Capture the child. In a variation of this game, the person in front spread her arms to prevent the loose standing girl from joining the line.
This photo comes from a year album for 1935 (Showa 10) of a girls’ school in Okayama City, Okayama Prefecture.
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