Young Girl’s Adorable Kiss Me Please Project


You may recognize the little girl in these photos as the younger daughter of Nagano Toyokazu, a photographer we featured here over two years ago. Lucky for us, the Japanese photographer has continued snapping adorable photos of his family, even expanding upon one particular series he calls the Kiss Me Please Project. In it, four-year-old Kanna shows us that some of life’s most complicated matters of the heart can be solved by a simple kiss.

As father Toyakazu tells us, “Whether it is a fight between a couple, countries, and people, it is quite possible that everything can be solved with a simple kiss. With this in mind, my second daughter is expressing this idea by kissing different people and things. This project is to show that love can be spread and shared among people. We hope that it would bring peace to the world.”

If you can’t get enough of cute little Kanna, you can see a lot more of this mini movie-star-to-be, here.







Nagano Toyokazu on Flickr





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