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Japan's Childrens Day Carp Kite

Japan's Childrens Day Carp Kite
Japan's Childrens Day Carp Kite
Japan's Childrens Day Carp Kite
Japan's Childrens Day Carp Kite
Japan's Childrens Day Carp Kite
Japan's Childrens Day Carp Kite
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 Japan's Children's Day
On May 5th in Japan, Children's Day is celebrated. This festival used to be Boy's Day, but now it is a holiday to celebrate every child being happy. However, for most people, May 5th is a day to
pray for the health and happiness of their sons.
On this day, the sky is crowded with carp kites called koi nobori. Koi means carp, a kind of fish. Our’s will be made of paper. It will be shaped like a fish in the spirit of an old legend about a carp fish that swims upstream and becomes a dragon.
When the wind blows the carp kites wiggle and waver, appearing to be swimming.
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