While Japan-exclusive games are becoming rarer and rarer these days, some still remain unlocalized, and few have me quite as frustrated as Crayon Shin-chan: Ora to Hakase no Natsuyasumi – Owaranai Nanokakan.

The latest game from Millennium Kitchen, the developers behind the similarly unlocalized My Summer Vacation series, Crayon Chin-shan is a licensed adventure that focuses on giving you a very chill time set in rural Japan, where you explore beautiful locales and partake in chill summer pasttimes.

Now a new trailer has been released for display in Japanese stores, and it’s still effortlessly charming. Give it a watch:
 

 
The game launches in Japan for the Switch on July 15th, while a western localization remains uncomfirmed. Here’s hoping for an E3 announcement…
 

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