Shichi-Go-San

Why Are 3, 5 and 7 Important Numbers for Japanese Kids?

The month of November is the time when a certain yearly tradition takes place in Japan. Shichi Go San or, simply, Seven Five Three in English, is the tradition where parents bring their little children to their local shrines in order to give thanks for safely reaching the ages of 3, 5 and 7 and…

The10 Annual Celebrated Events in Japan

Whether you want maximize your travel experience or you just want to stock some knowledge in the pocket of your head, it is good to know the annual events of a country we want to visit. Annual events in Japan is called Nenchuu Gyooji 年中行事. Below is a list of holidays and events celebrated all…

Unusual Holidays in Japan!

New Year, Valentines Day and Christmas are celebrated in one form or another pretty much all over the world. But what holidays and observances are special to Japan, and what do they represent? Hinamatsuri(雛祭り) – Dolls Day / Girls Day #ひな祭り#雛人形#お雛さま#ひなまつり#おひなさま #お雛様#ひな人形#初節句#雛祭り#お内裏様 #伝統工芸#お節句#桃の節句 #人形 #日本人形#お祝い#手作り#新瑞橋#名古屋#プレママ#初マタ#暮石人形#暮石人形店#くれいし#フォローミー#相互フォロー#ひな人形#新瑞橋の暮石人形#名古屋市南区 A post shared by 暮石人形 雛人形 五月人形 専門店 名古屋 (@kureishi_ningyou)…