Nagoya Anpanman Children Museum you can play inside and outside, there're some food shops we enjoyed Anpanman Udon. It's located next to Nagashima Spaland amusement park, Nagashima hot sping, Mitui Outlet park.It's 30min away from Nagoya station. We have five Anpanman children Museum (Yokohama, Sendai, Kobe, Fukuoka, Nagoya) and Anpanman Museum in Kochi.
On 8th December is Bodhi Day, lots of Buddhists celebrate ``Bodhi Day``. The day is Siddhartha Gautama attained enlightenment under a Bodhi Tree and there are stars in the sky. A temple runs my son's school holds a performance day to celebrate Bodhi Day (Jodoe in Japanese) after that every kid get `` Jodoe cookies`` every year.The dark brown cookies are into the Bodhi tree leaves and the beige cookies are into stars.
Decomochi(decorative sticy rice) for my kid BD party at his school. There were chocolate sauce under the each decomochi. many kids were happy it made me happy as well (^^) ☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆ Make and Eat Decomochi at Japanese home →firstname.lastname@example.org
they're not eraiser, they're decorative sticky rice (deco mochi) offcause the decomochi is edible and cook as mochi(sticky rice).☆☆☆
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Tasty Shine Mascuts Mochi at Hanakko Nagoya.Make and Eat Japanese food at Japanese home→firstname.lastname@example.org
Shichi-go-san is an annual Japanese event to cerabrate healthy growth and happily in November, Shichi means seven-year-old, go means five-year-old, san means three-year-old, the age kids dress up
and pray at Shrines or Temples.
The ceremony started among samurai family and strong merchants in the Edo era then spread to common folk after the Edo era.
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Udon noodles class at my home!! thanks for coming!!
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Decomochi(sticy rice) soup for Break fast on Halloween :)
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Nagoya castle is one of the Nagoya icon. It was ordered by Ieyasu Tokugawa in 1612. Inside of the castle, it's kind of museum of Edo era, you will see and feel the life of samurai and people at
that time. I often go there and I don't get bored with that actually(^^)
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