Thursday, October 27, 2011

Tango-no-Sekku Diorama - by Yamaha Papercraft

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Tango-no-Sekku (The Boy's Festival) is held on May 5. It is held to express hope that each boy in the family will grow up healthy and strong. Warrior figures are set up in the house during this festival, iris leaves are placed under the eaves to fend off evil, and huge fish-like streamers are fastened to poles. Special rice cakes wrapped in oak leaves are eaten on this day. - Yamaha Papercraft

O Tango-no-sekku (O Festival dos Meninos) é realizado em 05 de maio . É realizada para expressar a esperança de que cada menino da família vai crescer forte e saudável. Armaduras e figuras de guerreiros são expostas pelas casas durante este festival, folhas de íris são colocadas sob o beiral do telhado para afastar o maus espíritos, e enormes ventarolas em forma de peixe são penduradas em postes. Bolinhos de arroz embrulhados em folhas de carvalho são consumidos neste dia. - Yamaha Papercraft

Two Examples Of The Real Thing


Link: Tango.no.Sekku.Diorama.by.Yamaha.Papercraft


More Japanese Culture and Traditions related posts:

Hanami Cherry Blossom - by Yamaha - Bosque de Cerejeiras

Samurai Armor - by Mogamiyoshiaki.Jp - Armadura Samurai

Samurai Helmets And Masks - by Mogami Yoshiaki

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