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shichigosan kanji

the festival day for children
The kanji for shichigosan
'shichigosan' means the festival day for children aged seven, five and three.
The first Kanji 'shichi' (It's also pronounce 'nana') means seven, the second one 'go' means five, and the last one 'san' means three.
In Japan, we celebrate children aged three and five for boys and three and seven for girls, visit a shrine on November 15.
I wrote horizontally in Sosho.
shichigosan
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calligrapher: sakura
caterogy: kanji calligraphy
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