LOOK: Scarlet Snow conquers Japan

By: - Reporter
/ 04:50 PM February 06, 2018

There is no stopping two-year-old Scarlet Snow Belo from taking over the world one trip at a time. This time around, the tot and her family journeyed to the Land of the Rising Sun.

The daughter of celebrity doctors Vicki Belo and Hayden Kho was just every moment adorable while in Japan. The family shared photos of the trip and of how cute Scarlet Snow looked, via the little girl’s official Instagram page.


In one photo, Scarlet is seen enjoying her bottle of milk, staying behaved en route to the country’s capital, Tokyo.

Upon landing, Scarlet Snow said her greetings in Japanese, adding that she is also known as “Yuki Chan” which meant “Little Baby Snow.” She can also be seen making a funny face while riding the bus with her mom behind her.

And what was first on her list of things to do? She shopped ’til she dropped.


On the next day of the trip, they were headed to Kamakura to visit shrines, temples and shinto gates. Of course, Scarlet was ever cute when she posed beside a statue of a maneki-neko, which meant “beckoning cat.”

Being the trooper that she was, Scarlet led the way as the “Japan expert.”

The two-year-old looked tough and “was ready for the bottle” with her Samurai sword.

In a family photo, Scarlet and her parents posed in kimonos, as a traditional Japanese family would. They looked so Japanese that people supposedly started talking to them in Nihongo.

Safe travels, Yuki Chan! JB


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