In this context, it's little wonder why Kyoto takes fire seriously. Kyoto is a city that's filled with fire safety posters.
A cute tree gets mad at a cuter fire.
A bunny puts out a fire on a raccoon dog (tanuki). In Japanese myth, raccoon dogs start fires.
Fire jerks relax while the mountains quiver in fear. Farmers in Japan burn things on a daily basis. The Japanese countryside always smells of fire.
Good fire dog.
A good bunny and squirrel.
Angry fire guy. In Japan, it's rare for a warning not to be cute.