I feel we have little opportunity to see bodhisattva along a street, but I saw this lovely bodhisattva in Tokyo. Seemed like he doesn't need a kasa even when there is rain or snow. Every time I see a bodhisattva, I think of the Japanese folk tale 'Kasajizou'.
His wife got surprised because he came home early but she didn't complain, rather she said 'Poor jizou, you did good thing for them. I don't mind about rice cakes. We have something to eat.' with warm smile.
Late that night, they heard a strange song outside. The voice came closer and closer, and then there was a big thud in front of their door. The couple carefully opened the door. What they saw was a lot of gifts of rice cakes and treats for the New Year in front of the house, and the 6 figures with straw hats were going back in the dark.