Koinobori: Be Strong and Courageous (v.2)

dosankodebbie

Sapporo, Japan

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May 5 is one of the “seasonal divisions” that we celebrate during the year in Japan. We call this day Kodomo-no-Hi (Children’s Day), the day on which we express our hope that our children will grow up physically strong and courageous against adversity. One of our customs is to run huge carp-shaped windsocks called koi-nobori up a flagpole or along a rope stretched across a river or a field.

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