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Transcript of Japanese Festivals
The first day of spring
New Year's Day
Cherry blossoms viewing party
こども の ひ
Children's day (Boys Festival)
New Year's visit to a shrine
New Year's food
Traditional toys and games
"Ehoumaki" Sushi roll
Special rice snacks for Doll Festival
Leaf bamboo decoration
People write their wishes on stripes of colored paper.
Visiting a grave
どくしょ の あき
Autumn for reading
たいいく の ひ
3 years old: boys & girls
5 years old: boys
7 years old: girls
New Year's Eve
Red and White Singing Contest
New Year's Eve gongs are sounded 108 times.
It is a Buddhist festival held to welcome back the spirits of the dead.