七・五・三

前回のブログの答えは、ここです。(って、もう分かってたよね。)

this is where she has been with the funky hair style. 🙂

あんまり、七五三らしい写真がないんだけど...

健康に成長して、おかげさまでもう3歳。これからも、よろしくお願いします。

we went to “shichi-go-sann” (7.5.3) , literally means seven five three. It is a traditional annual ceremony in Japan for three and seven years old girls and three and five years old boys.

It is not a national holiday, but generally observed on the nearest weekend.
On this day parents take their sons (3 years old and 5 years old) and daughters (3 years old and 7 years old) in exquisite kimono or suits to shrines to pray for their healthy growth.

Chitose-ame (千歳飴), literally thousand year candy, is given to children on this day. Chitose-ame is a long, thin, red and white candy, which symbolizes healthy growth and longevity. They are put in the paper bag with a crane and a turtle on it, which represent long life in Japan.

anyway, ellyssa is almost 3 years old already. she is as healthy and happy as can be. Thank you for your support.

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4 Responses to “七・五・三”


  1. 1 starmama January 14, 2011 at 11:16 am

    きゃ~可愛い♥ とっても似合ってる♥♥♥
    えりさchanも喜んでたでしょうね~:)

    七五三 満3歳になる前にやったんですね~♪ 
    写真ってきちんとスタジオで撮りましたか?ドレスも着ました???
    家も今年なので色々とリサーチ中ですが、結構な金額になりそうですね~・・・

    ところで、ゆきさんも着物着たんですか?あっ、でもまだその時は妊婦さんでしたよね。笑

    • 2 bebellycious January 14, 2011 at 1:12 pm

      >starmamaさん
      ありがとう〜♡ えりさは、着物大好きだからすごく喜んでました。でも、ご祈祷の時はかなり退屈そうでした。笑
      スタジオの写真は、まだです。私が妊婦だったのも理由の一つなのですが。
      だから、えりさの誕生日(3月)を兼ねて七五三と一緒にドレスと着物でスタジオ写真を撮りに行こうと思っています!
      プロの方に髪型とかやってもらうの初めて(えりさが)だから、とっても楽しみ♡
      でも、スタジオ写真は結構な金額にはなると思います〜(><)

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  3. 4 xbox 360 bundle January 27, 2011 at 4:01 am

    Fascinating blog on 七・五・三 Bebellycious, not like the others!


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