Kingyo Sukui, meaning “goldfish scooping", is a form of entertainment invented in Japan 400 years ago which remained popular until today, in the video games era. The game is to catch as many goldfishes as possible with a scoop made of thin paper. The game ends when the paper breaks, and this happens really fast if you don’t know the technique.
At the first sight it is fairly easy, but catching a real goldfish with a the round scoop is a lot more difficult than catching a magikarp in Pokemon Go… (^_^)
Yesterday’s Japan Photo: