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La tradizionale usanza giapponese di godere della spettacolare fioritura dei ciliegi giapponesi si chiama Hanami, una celebrazione esplosa in tutto il mondo

La tradizionale usanza giapponese di godere della spettacolare fioritura dei ciliegi giapponesi si chiama Hanami, una celebrazione esplosa in tutto il mondo

Exploring Tokyo's Yoyogi Park & Meiji Shrine

Exploring Tokyo's Yoyogi Park and Meiji Jingu Shrine

Barili di Sake, Yoyogi Park, Tokyo, Giappone

Barili di Sake, Yoyogi Park, Tokyo, Giappone

A special Saturday in Yoyogi Park #Tokyo #Japan

A special Saturday in Yoyogi Park #Tokyo #Japan

By our 5th busy day in Tokyo, I was super tired (and a little grumpy) – I was thankful that we took it easy each morning and didn’t try to put in a full 12hr each day! On Monday, we , m…

10 Days in Tokyo: Meji Shrine and Yoyogi Park

By our 5th busy day in Tokyo, I was super tired (and a little grumpy) – I was thankful that we took it easy each morning and didn’t try to put in a full 12hr each day! On Monday, we , m…

Parental Encouragement, Yoyogi Park From Japan-Guide.com: "Shichi Go San" means "Seven Five Three". Girls of age three and seven and boys of age three and five are celebrated on Shichigosan, and it is prayed for their good health and growth. Shichigosan takes place on November 15 and is not a national holiday. On November 15 or the closest weekend, the young people visit a Shinto Shrine dressed up in kimono.

Parental Encouragement, Yoyogi Park From Japan-Guide.com: "Shichi Go San" means "Seven Five Three". Girls of age three and seven and boys of age three and five are celebrated on Shichigosan, and it is prayed for their good health and growth. Shichigosan takes place on November 15 and is not a national holiday. On November 15 or the closest weekend, the young people visit a Shinto Shrine dressed up in kimono.

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