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Japanese Festivals

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Tomoe Fukushiro

on 20 June 2013

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Transcript of Japanese Festivals

二月 February
しゅんぶん
The first day of spring
一月 January
おしょうがつ
New Year's Day
まつり
三月 March
ひなまつり
Doll Festival
四月 April
   はなみ
Cherry blossoms viewing party
五月 May
こども の ひ
Children's day (Boys Festival)
Japanese Festivals

New Year's visit to a shrine
New Year's food
Traditional toys and games
Rice cakes
"Ehoumaki" Sushi roll
Hina doll
Special rice snacks for Doll Festival
Amazake
Cherry blossoms
おべんとう
Carp streamers
War hat
六月 June
七月 July
  たなばた
Star Festival
Tanabata Story
Leaf bamboo decoration
People write their wishes on stripes of colored paper.
八月 August
  おぼん
Bon Festival
Lantern Floating
Visiting a grave
九月 September
つゆ
Rainy season
 どくしょ の あき
Autumn for reading
十月 October
たいいく の ひ
Sports day
十一月 November
      七五三
SevenーFive-Three Festival
3 years old: boys & girls
5 years old: boys
7 years old: girls
十二月 December
  おおみそか
New Year's Eve
Toshikoshi Soba
Red and White Singing Contest
New Year's Eve gongs are sounded 108 times.
Bean throwing
It is a Buddhist festival held to welcome back the spirits of the dead.
一月一日
二月三日
三月三日
五月五日
七月七日
十一月十五日
十二月三十一日
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