Traditional Annual Events in Japan

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日本の年中行事を英語で紹介します。

January 1月

お正月


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HATSU-MOUDE

Many Japanese people visit shrines or temples in January.
We Japanese call the first visit to the shrines or temples, ”HATSUMOUDE”, and are doing it with tradition.
At Hatsumoude, we wish New Year’s health, happiness, and so on.

February 2月

節分


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MAME-MAKI

“Setsubun” literally means “division of seasons” and this day was the end of winter.
【節分の日を英語で説明すると?英語で節分の日を紹介してみる】

March 3月

雛祭


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HINA-NINGYO

Hinamatsuri is also called the Girls’ Festival. It is celebrated on March 3rd to wish girls good health and growth.
ひな祭り【Hinamatsuri (The Doll’s Festival)】 – 英語対訳で読む日本の文化

– Event –

“Hyakudan Hinamatsuri”

Hinamatsuri (Girls’ doll festival) Exhibition

Nagashi Hina
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Nagasni Hina
” great little-known spots”

– Foods –

On this day we also eat traditional dishes laike Chirashi shusi(scattered sushi),clam soup,Shirozake(sweet mildrice wine),hina-arare(seew rice crackers) and hishimochi(diamond-shaped rice cakes) for the Doll Festival.

Chirashi sushi
Clam soup
Shirozake
Hinaarare
Hishimochi

April 4月

花見


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SAKURA-HANA-MI

May 5月

端午の節句


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KOI-NOBORI

June 6月

田植え

July 7月

七夕

August 8月

September 9月

October 10月

November 11月

December 12月

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2016年02月10日