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七五三Shichi-Go-San (七五三, lit. "Seven-Five-Three") is a traditional rite of passage…

Shichi-go-san Festival; "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.

Girls Dressed in Kimono, Shichi-Go-San Festival (Festival for Three, Five, Seven Year Old Children)

Subjects World Cultures Asian Cultures Asian Cultures by Subject Asian People Girls Dressed in Kimono, Shichi-Go-San Festival (Festival for Three, Five, Seven Year Old Children)

KIMONO 石原さとみ Satomi Ishihara  OMG. MAGAYUNON PO ANG AUTHENTIC JAPANESE KIMONO. Japan Japan Japan. Maski habo ka dumanan ni Brent and mahal ang cost of living saimo, I would never hesitate to visit you.

In Kimonos dressed young women from Japan; located: Japan, Far - East Turan . japonya ' da bulunan: Japonya, far-east turan

Charming maiko-san

This picture is marked 'maiko, Kyoto Japan' but this lady's nagajuban is completely white, which would usually mark her as a Geisha rather than an apprentice Maiko.

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