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PEARSON CORE1 THANKSGIVING IN JAPAN

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THANKSGIVING IN JAPAN
american thanksgiving day
Abraham lincoln declared thanksgiving day to be celebrated on the 4 thursdayofnovembe in 1863
japan`s thanksgiving
THE AMERICAN THANKSGIVING STORY
PEARSON CORE1 THANKSGIVING IN JAPAN
the FIRST THANKSGIVING
(September6 6 1620-pilgrims set sail for the new world on the MAYFLOWER
December 11,1620-pilgrims arrive at Plymouth
March 22,1621pilgrims sign a peace treaty with,the cheif the indian tribe
Late fall,1621-pilgrims invte the indian tribe for 3 day festival celebrating their harvest
AMERICAN THANKSGIVING ACTIVITIES
Family feastin with turkey,stuffing and pumpkin pie
watching football
watching the famous nw york city macy`s thanksgiving day parade
called thanksgiving labor day,kinor~kasha~no~hi in japanese began in 1948,every november 23
japanese thanksgiving began
Shinto harvest festival was celebrated by kings to thanks for their harvest
The emperor makes offerings of fresh harvest rice to god or kami spirt and goes to savor himself of the grain
in these days,the holiday honors the labor force, their rights and pays tribute to the workers their hard work all through the year
japanese holiday activities
have a potluck party
parades
parties
nagano labor festival focus on pace,the environments and human rights
give sweets and chocolates to workers
children do arts and crafts
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