Japanese school's gakusa

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Japanese school's gakusa

Post by Alex » Wed 04.13.2005 5:14 pm

hello^^nice to meet you all. well im new to this site. forgive my typeing. its not the best. well anyway back to my question. I was wondering if anyone could give me some info about the annual fesitvals they have in japan, like the cultural festivals and Athletic meet or i think its call sports day. ^^im just wondeing if anyone could share any of their expierence if they atennd these fesitvals or if they know something about it^^ thanks alot. oh^^yea.if anywould be able to share photos of festivals that would be great^^

sorry for my bad writeing^^thanks alot.i hope anyone can replay to me asap^^haha. cuz this for my project^^compareing school festivals in japan with american school festivals. sorry for talking to much^^
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Post by Spaztick » Thu 04.14.2005 11:51 am

I dunno much, but a penpal of mine says that she has a field day on the 15th (tomorrow). Maybe this is some sort of annual thing in Japan?
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Post by Dan167 » Thu 04.14.2005 12:01 pm

I think they celebrate new years and valentines day.
I found one on the net called Seijin No Hi -- Coming of Age Day (January 8th)
Where girls that have legally become adults (20 years) are given gifts and stuff.

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Post by Matsumoto_hideto » Thu 04.14.2005 2:37 pm

they are endless just google it

you will find lots of stuff
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Post by clay » Thu 04.14.2005 6:22 pm

Here are a list of the major holidays (but not festivals since they vary by prefecture greatly)

http://www.thejapanesepage.com/readarti ... icle_id=89

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