I read "Japanese Celebrations."
This book is good.
But it has some mistakes.
Hitsuji and Saru
Juni-shi is from Chinese zodiac animals.
A mistake is in Japanese hiragana.
This hiragana is Hitsuji (Sheep).
This hiragana is Saru (monkey).
Next, it's about Coming-of-Age day.
This hiragana is only Seijin-no.
The Seijin-no-hi has "-hi".
Seijin-no-hi is .
-Seijin-no-hi - Wikipedia
These images display O-hanami.
Hanami is a party. Japanese look at cherry blossoms in spring.
Kenka-suru is row?
row - punt
row - have a fight
He punts with the girl.
Kenka-suru means "fighting" in Japanese.
This book's image is "Kogu".
"Kogu" is "punt".
I don't know it.
I searched photos.
These pages have good photos!
Japanese people celebrates.
Sou ni arazu zoku ni ari - Kanbutsue (in Japanese)
This page has a good photo!
A motortruck brings a elephant and a hanamido.
This temple does kanbutsue.
-> Syu-on-an Ikkyu-ji (in Japanese)
This page has good photos.
This temple's location:
The author of this book
The author, Betty Reynolds of "Tokyo Friends" (Amazon.co.jp)
Amazon.co.jp: Japanese Celebrations: Cherry Blossoms, Lanterns And Stars! by Betty Reynolds
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