Celebrating the Children's Day In Japan

In Japan, May 5 is holiday dedicated entirely for Children, as they are our most precious treasure and a great source of happiness and pride. Families take the time to celebrate the joys of childhood and family life.

It's also a day to give importance to the boys since we have  "Girl's day" on every 3rd day of March. Families wish for the good health and future success of their sons by hanging up carp streamers and displaying samurai dolls, in which symbolize strength, power and success in life. I might share more about this next year as my nephew Ryukun will be turning 5.

To celebrate the Children's day, we had a BBQ party in the riverside near our place despite of the cold weather we had during that day. It was also an advance celebration for Ryukun's birthday.

The bbq lunch party begins...

BBQ Party | Celebrating Children's day


I love BBQs...





BBQ Party | Celebrating Children's day


Few group photos too bad, someone forgot to bring the tripod...


BBQ Party | Celebrating Children's day




It's our day, the future of the world hehe The real future of the world were busy playing in the field.


BBQ Party | Celebrating Children's day


Mommy and Azumi, happy mother's day...


BBQ Party | Celebrating Children's day


Huling hirit.. the camera freaks striked again...


BBQ Party | Celebrating Children's day


Do you also have Children's day in your country?

Have a nice week ahead dearies..

Much
Anzu’s Mum


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20 comments:

  1. happy mothers day...:)

    Seems you guys had so much fun...

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  2. i love the pics!! it's nice that you celebrate those kinds of days there.. hope there's also like that here..
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  4. Great to have a special day of celebration for all the children in Japan. Anzu is one of the celebrants. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

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  5. Sounds like it was a great day. We don't have a Celebrate Childrens day but we should.I love your pictures.

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  6. Here in the Philippines we actually have Children's Month every October, but not many people know about or really celebrate it. I think it's wonderful that it's an actual holiday in Japan so people will always remember what a treasure children really are. :)

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  8. Happy Children's Day. :)

    That is not a custom we practice in Canada, but I have heard about Japanese Children's Day.

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  9. Looks like you had a blast celebration, i'm sure children's are happy on their special day.

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  10. wow sis salamat for joining!! ;) hapy CHILDREN's day to all the kids :) hehehe sana mayron gnyan dito...not sure heheh if meron o wala ;) I love the last pic! so HOTTIES!! :)

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  11. Yay wala kaming children's day dito whahh I hope they would also make a children's day pero parang malabo yata kasi marami nang holiday sa pinas whahh

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  12. Belated children's day! Your baby is so cute!

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  13. Wow ang saya naman...sana meron din ganyan dito :)

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  14. Wow ang saya naman...sana meron din ganyan dito :)

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  15. Anzu's outfit is so cute!

    Sarap ng barbeque! How I wish that the river near our place is as refreshing as the river there in Japan. Japanese people have this cute little holidays. How come we don't have that here in the Philippines. I don't think we have a day that celebrates our kids. Meron ba?

    our family time: shadow play

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  16. Hi, Bams! How's Japan now? It looks like, they have already recovered from the huge earthquake and tsunami disaster. You have a very cute family! You and your daughter just look like sisters together! God bless! =)

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  17. Ang daya! I don't think the Philippines has a Children's Day, nor a Boy's or Girl's Day. I strongly suggest that there be a worldwide holiday commemorating children and the importance and joy they bring to the world.

    Now my next question is...how do I start? I should hold a dialog with my congressman. Naks! :D

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  18. Forgive me for being ignorant, but I think don't have children's day in the Philippines.Sana nga meron nalang. :)

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  19. it's nice to know that there's children's day in Japan. Is there a holiday like that here in Phil?

    Seems all are having fun!

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