Usami Ayaka is a talented ceramic artist and he always makes tiny “Ouchi Houses” for small creatures.
“I make them on a scale for small creatures that we usually overlook in our daily lives,” Ayaka told The Dodo. “I started making these in hopes of seeing them in use.”
But one day he noticed something really cool.
It was a little roly poly, happily making his way up the tiny stairs Ayaka had made just for him.
Ayaka said that he got so thrilled when he saw the little roly poly.
“Some gardening enthusiasts want to get rid of this bug because they can damage the roots of the plant, but I welcome them,” Ayaka said. “This pot has no bottom and the plant can extend its roots deep into the ground, so it does not damage the plant. The roly poly and the plant can coexist. And I am very happy to see it.”
We can tell that roly poly actually loved the tiny garden made for him.