How do Japanese celebrate it?
In Japan, May is the month with many holidays. Golden Week, Dontaku and Children’s Day. At Children’s day Japanese families will display carp flags in front their house to wish the boys success in climbing up the social ledder throughout their life. In addition to that, you can see very often Samurai heads and dolls displayed too. These are symbols of wishing good health and happiness throughout their life.
What is Origami?
What is Origami? Origami is the art of paper folding. For the children’s day, Feel Fukuoka Japan will show you how to make Kabuto (helmet).
For the first time, we introduced a topic with 3 presenters, Kyoku, Vicky and Sam.
They are from China, France and New Zealand. Different people, different culture, but especially at children’s day, it doesn’t matter where you come from.