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和菓子処 吉蔵   福岡市中央区谷1-12-36

和菓子処 吉蔵 福岡市中央区谷1-12-36

fanny Japanese little boys in kimono

Two Japanese boys offer stiff poses …a festival (on November for children of three, five and seven years of age (or more exactly, for boys of three and five and girls of three and seven).

美しすぎる日本の伝統儀式「流鏑馬 (やぶさめ)」陰陽道で宇宙と呼応する画像 26選                                                                                                                                                                                 もっと見る

美しすぎる日本の伝統儀式「流鏑馬 (やぶさめ)」陰陽道で宇宙と呼応する画像 26選

美しすぎる日本の伝統儀式「流鏑馬 (やぶさめ)」陰陽道で宇宙と呼応する画像 26選 もっと見る



七五三Shichi-Go-San (七五三, lit. "Seven-Five-Three") is a traditional rite of passage and festival day in Japan for the age of 3, 5 and 7. Boys get their time alone in the spotlight at 5, and girls at 7, held annually on November 15 to celebrate the growth and well-being of young children.

七五三Shichi-Go-San (七五三, lit. "Seven-Five-Three") is a traditional rite of passage…

Japanese girl in kimono. I adore kimono, as each one is unique (or supposed to be) and each tells a story or has a lot of symbolism in the artwork of the kimono, but the obi is even more important from my understanding.

Kimono and yukata are considered as Japanese traditional clothes! And they are weared in the special festival all a year!