100 ‘ SANTA ‘ TO CLEAN THE SEA SHORE OF KOBE MAIKONOHAMA
A hundred people dressed as Santa Claus wore a jump veil and an oxygen tank on December 23rd to tidy up trash at the well known Maikonohama sea shore in Tarumi Ward, Kobe, Japan.
The occasion is sorted out by the closest part of Noris Kobe Diving School to show thankfulness for the abundance of the ocean.
Maikonohama is home to numerous ocean animals, a branch supervisor of the Dive school.
The Santa enters the water and firmly handles the rope so they are not isolated from one another as they gather different plastic containers, void jars and different flotsam and jetsam skimming and suffocating. They traversed around 600 square meters from the ocean bottom up to 15 meters seaward.
We will proceed with this as a yearly occasion, said the director. The sea shore is in the shadow of Akashi Kaikyo Bridge, a scaffold with the longest suspension extend on the planet. The extension interfaces Honshu with Awaji Island.