The Bottom Biting Bug, Fatton, Gabriel and the rest of the gang are back, and ready for more bites, more fun, and more adventures. Whether they’re trying to save a bath house from shutting down, discovering the truth about where echoes come from or preparing for an upcoming biting festival, these plucky insects are sure to have a good time!
Many insects call the underbrush and flowerbeds of the garden their home; one such insect is Maya, a curious and friendly honeybee who enjoys a good adventure and a playful time with others. Along with her friends Willy the Bee and Phillip the grasshopper, Maya meets a variety of characters including a lonely cricket, lofty cockroach, and steadfast army ants! Whether it's hiding from the sun or avoiding mean wasps, there's always a good time to be had in the world of the small!
Both of these shows are about young insects and their adventures. They're both directed towards a very young audience and therefore have little life lessons in them. I'd recommend both to kids (I personally prefer Maya more, but Oshiri Kajiri Mushi is newer and easier to find).