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Marzo en Japón, mes del hina matsuri o día de la niñas

Marzo en Japón, mes del hina matsuri o día de la niñas

100年以上前の日本の生活スタイルが垣間見れる写真を紹介します。品質も良く一部カラー加工しているものありますのでご覧ください。 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 1

100年以上前の日本の生活スタイルが垣間見れる写真を紹介します。品質も良く一部カラー加工しているものありますのでご覧ください。 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 1

Kimono

Kimono

Japanese paper lanterns, Chochin 提灯

Japanese paper lanterns, Chochin 提灯

10月31日(土) 11月1日(日) 2日(月) 大祭ポスター「下総三山の七年祭り」/二宮神社ホームページ すごいよ!!

10月31日(土) 11月1日(日) 2日(月) 大祭ポスター「下総三山の七年祭り」/二宮神社ホームページ すごいよ!!

the detail of float for Gion Matsuri Festival, Kyoto, Japan 祇園山車

the detail of float for Gion Matsuri Festival, Kyoto, Japan 祇園山車

Marzo, el mes del hina matsuri o día de las niñas

Marzo, el mes del hina matsuri o día de las niñas

Japanese traditional decoration for New Year, Kado-matsu 門松 - “Kadomatsu” are made of three cut bamboo sticks and pine tree branches and are put up in the entrances of buildings or houses. The bamboo shoots, which represent heaven, earth and humanity, are believed to attract the gods. The gods dwell in the pine until Jan 7, after which time the decorations are taken to a shrine to be burnt, releasing the spirits back to their realm.

Japanese traditional decoration for New Year, Kado-matsu 門松 - “Kadomatsu” are made of three cut bamboo sticks and pine tree branches and are put up in the entrances of buildings or houses. The bamboo shoots, which represent heaven, earth and humanity, are believed to attract the gods. The gods dwell in the pine until Jan 7, after which time the decorations are taken to a shrine to be burnt, releasing the spirits back to their realm.

Mayo en Japón, el mes del kodomo no hi

Mayo en Japón, el mes del kodomo no hi

Carp streamer, Koinobori 鯉のぼり for Children’s Day on May 5 - Landscapes across Japan are decorated with koinobori from April to early May, in honor of sons and in the hope that they will grow up healthy and strong.

Carp streamer, Koinobori 鯉のぼり for Children’s Day on May 5 - Landscapes across Japan are decorated with koinobori from April to early May, in honor of sons and in the hope that they will grow up healthy and strong.

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