Merry Christmas! with Usagi Drop episode 3.5

うさぎドロップ Episode 3.5
Usagi Drop episode 3.5

SPOILER Summary/Synopsis: 

Daikichi and Rin are sitting at the table when Daikichi asks Rin what she wants Santa-san to bring.

Usagi Drop episode 3.5

Rin stops reading and decides she wants a friend for her stuffed animal bunny rabbit.

Usagi Drop episode 3.5

Daikichi goes out and buys a small Christmas tree and a present for Rin, which he has to hide from her.

Usagi Drop episode 3.5

As they decorate the tree, Rin is worried about their house not having a chimney, but Daikichi assures her that Santa-san has ways of getting in and delivering a present.

Usagi Drop episode 3.5

Rin makes a drawing with a note, thanking Santa-san for stopping by, leaving some cookies (possibly fruit slices) for him and a carrot for the reindeer.

Usagi Drop episode 3.5

Later that night when Rin is asleep, Daikichi sneaks out to take the note, cookies, and carrots and bring back Rin’s wrapped present to her futon.

Usagi Drop episode 3.5

The next morning, Rin is pleased with the new stuffed bunny rabbit toy to go along with her first one and seeing a sliced carrot as part of breakfast, thanks the reindeer for leaving it.

Usagi Drop episode 3.5
Thoughts/Review:

It really is a delight returning to the world of Usagi Drop with Rin and Daikichi. Having a little Christmas special was certainly a nice touch.  Certainly, it is a reminder for me of Christmas as a child and the wonder that came with it. ^_^

Usagi Drop episode 3.5

Funny how the non-Christian, Shinto nation of Japan has no problem with “Christmas” while in the U.S., there’s a religious crusade on to purge Christmas by atheist and the like.

Usagi Drop episode 3.5

Regardless, I want to wish you and yours a Merry Christmas. ^_^

Usagi Drop episode 3.5
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