The Japanese language contains a variety of onomatopoeic words, otherwise known as words that imitate or mimic the sounds of objects, actions, or phenomena they describe. For instance, zuru zuru is the word to describe a slurping sound, and peto peto is used to describe a feeling of stickiness. Another popular onomatopoeia is fuwa fuwa, which means fluffy, and it's the central theme around a fun upcoming event for kids at Osaka's Expo 70 Commemorative Park.
The two-day Fuwafuwa Park event is set to include a variety of fun play equipment that fits the fluffy theme, from jumping castles to blow-up basketball hoops.
Please note that this is a paid event, with admission priced at 1500 yen for 1 child and 1 accompanying parent or guardian. For any subsequent children the admission fee is 1000 yen.