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Happy Tanabata! I made Jen and I some pretty pink tags to write our wishes on. ♥ We don't have a bamboo tree, so we'll be using our beautiful cherry Willow!

Happy Tanabata! I made Jen and I some pretty pink tags to write our wishes on. ♥ We don't have a bamboo tree, so we'll be using our beautiful cherry Willow!

Japanese Star Festival -Tanabata-: making fun paper ornaments and own tanzaku, thin paper strips for writing wishes, to decorate bamboo branches for this festival.

Japanese Star Festival -Tanabata-: making fun paper ornaments and own tanzaku, thin paper strips for writing wishes, to decorate bamboo branches for this festival.

One popular Tanabata custom is to write ones wishes on a piece of paper, and hang that piece of paper on a specially erected bamboo tree, in the hope that the wishes become true

One popular Tanabata custom is to write ones wishes on a piece of paper, and hang that piece of paper on a specially erected bamboo tree, in the hope that the wishes become true

TanabataIn Japan, July 7th is the Tanabata star festival. It celebrates a romantic legend about two stars that are only able to meet each other once a year. People write wishes on colorful paper strips, and hang them as decorations, often from bamboo branches.

TanabataIn Japan, July 7th is the Tanabata star festival. It celebrates a romantic legend about two stars that are only able to meet each other once a year. People write wishes on colorful paper strips, and hang them as decorations, often from bamboo branches.

Tanabata festival 七夕 - celebrates the meeting of the deities Orihime and Hikoboshi (represented by the stars Vega and Altair respectively) in Japan. According to legend, the Milky Way separates these lovers, and they are allowed to meet only once a year on the seventh day of the seventh lunar month of the lunisolar calendar. On 7th July, Japanese celebrate this day by writing wishes or poems on Tanzaku (small piece of paper) and hanging them on bamboo.

Tanabata festival 七夕 - celebrates the meeting of the deities Orihime and Hikoboshi (represented by the stars Vega and Altair respectively) in Japan. According to legend, the Milky Way separates these lovers, and they are allowed to meet only once a year on the seventh day of the seventh lunar month of the lunisolar calendar. On 7th July, Japanese celebrate this day by writing wishes or poems on Tanzaku (small piece of paper) and hanging them on bamboo.

Tanabata festival 七夕 - celebrates the meeting of the deities Orihime and Hikoboshi (represented by the stars Vega and Altair respectively) in Japan. According to legend, the Milky Way separates these lovers, and they are allowed to meet only once a year on the seventh day of the seventh lunar month of the lunisolar calendar. On 7th July, Japanese celebrate this day by writing wishes or poems on Tanzaku (small piece of paper) and hanging them on bamboo.

Tanabata festival 七夕 - celebrates the meeting of the deities Orihime and Hikoboshi (represented by the stars Vega and Altair respectively) in Japan. According to legend, the Milky Way separates these lovers, and they are allowed to meet only once a year on the seventh day of the seventh lunar month of the lunisolar calendar. On 7th July, Japanese celebrate this day by writing wishes or poems on Tanzaku (small piece of paper) and hanging them on bamboo.

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