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Hello I'm Tomo live in Japan Thank you so much for stopping by my page! As possible I reply to your comments, but so sorry for my poor English ^^
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Current Residence: Japan deviantWEAR sizing preference: L Favourite photographer: Sawako Hamasaki, Cliff Mautner, Marcus Bell, Susan Stripling Operating System: Windows7, XP, Vista Personal Quote: Just be myself
Do you know Shichi-Go-San ( 七五三, seven-five-three ), a traditional rite of passage and festival day in Japan? We celebrate the growth and well-being of our children, when the boy being 3 or 5 years, and girls being 3 or 7 years. Usually we worship the Shinto shrine on the rearest weekend of November 15th. Last year we celebrate our son for being 5 years, and this year our daughter for being 3 years.
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My son wearing Hakama for boys, shot in last year. And photos below were shot in this year.
Before worship, we usually wash and purify our hands and mouths with the water of Cho-zu.
Kameyama Hachimangu in Sasebo.
These plates are called as E-ma. We write our hope on this emas and put them on the board in the shrine.