National Geographic : 1938 Jan
Photograph by Lionel Green NAPPING BABIES GO SHOPPING PICKABACK Whether marketing like these kimono-clad, geta-shod women in Kobe or labor ing in the fields, mothers and big sisters are seen everywhere thus laden (page 106). Only the straw hats worn by the children introduce a Western touch. Photograph byNippontoto MILKMAIDS ARE ARARE SIGHT INJAPAN Because the country has nopasture land, few cattle areraised, and dairy prod ucts are not a regular part ofthe diet. The Hachijo Island woman seen here milking her cow will make a pat ofbutter tobesold inTokyo, 180 miles away.