May 5th is Children's Day in Japan.

May 5th is Children's Day in Japan.

坂元嘉智May 3, '20

May 5th is Children's Day in Japan. Even though it is Children's Day, it has a strong meaning in Japan as Boys' Day.
It is a day to decorate "carp-shaped streamer" and hope for the growth of children.
Of course, each company also sells snacks tailored to children's days, but since caramel corn is sold in different packages every year, I look forward to seeing the differences in the packages every year.
How do you spend Children's Day in your country?

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