Children's Day at Home!

Koi, dragon, samurai. What do all of these have to do with Kodomo no Hi, or Children’s Day? Find out in our activity booklet!

Koi, dragon, samurai. What do all of these have to do with Kodomo no Hi, or Children’s Day? Learn more about the legends behind this national day of celebration in Japan! Inside you’ll find fun DIYs to help your family beat the boredom. The best part? You can use items around your house (left over facemask fabric, newspapers, etc.) and re-use your special Children’s Day bento you got from Azay. Reduce, reuse, and rejoice in the fun!

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