News Vol.40

This is Ronnie, Ken and Dai of UR-Whitestone!!
How was everyone’s Valentines? I (Ronnie) got some chocolates and a valentines card! My wife made some chocolates and gave me a card! And I also get a box of chocolate from my boss!

How about you, how many chocolates did you get from your officemates, friends or loveones?

This issues topic: Hina Matsuri (ひな祭り)
Please check article below!!!

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Campaign Duration: January 7 ~ April 30, 2013

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March 3rd is Japanese Girl’s Day called ひな祭り
“Hinamatsuri” . It’s a day of celebration for
Japanese girls. People display a set of
hina dolls and props in the house, wishing
girls’ healthy growth and happiness.

Traditionally, parents or grand parents of a
newborn girl buy a set of gorgeous hina dolls
unless they have special dolls, which are
passed on from generation to generation.

Hina dolls are dressed in Japanese ancient
costumes and are displayed on the shelves of
a stand covered with a red carpet on this day.

Along with hina dolls display we have Hina Matsuri,
a festival of peach blossoms. Peach blossoms, 白酒
“shiro-zake” (white rice wine), and 菱餅 “hishi-mochi”
(diamond shaped rice cakes) are placed on the
stand with hina dolls. Hishi-mochi are colored in
pink (implies peach flowers), white (implies snow),
and green (implies new growth).

Traditionally, girls in Japan invite their friends to
a home party and have a good time. Many
prepare a special meal for girls on this day such
as chirashizushi, clam soup, hina arare (rice
snacks) and sakura-mochi.


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