It was a hot day. I was walking along Nishiki Street which leads to the Nishiki Market in Kyoto, and I found it. This bike is made by Panasonic.
It has a wide front basket to seat a child. I think you have already seen this kind of bike on my entries. But if you see it for the first time, what do you think of this kind of bike/bicycle?
Mothers in Japan easily ride it while they seat their tow children on its child seats. Certainly it benefits for them in Japan.
It has a wide kick stand which make the bike stable while they seat their children. The frame is very tough. That is why they can ride it stably.
First of all, Japanese people walk or ride a bike not only on a side walk called Hodo. This certainly allows them to ride a bike...
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I will write about an electric Mama Bike. I would appreciate if you would check it and my English. It was a hot day. I was walking along Nishiki Street which leads to the Nishiki Market in Kyoto, and I found it. This bike is made by Panasonic. It has a wide front basket to seat a child. I thin