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WELCOME TO OUR
LECTURE!
Group 5

Hue, October 26, 2015


Shichi-go-san
The Seven-Five-Three Festival
Teacher: Nguyen Bich Hao M.A
Members : 1. Duong Thi Trang
2. Nguyen Van Thinh
3. Nguyen Thi Hien
4. Nguyen Tang Duy Tan



THE CONTENT

I. Mini game
II. Introduction

III. Shichi-go-san
IV. Conclusion


I – Mini Game
1

2

4

5

3

6


Question 1

 When is Japan Shichi-go-san festival
taken ?

November 15 each year.


Question 2



Look at the picture.What is it?



Chitose ame


Question 3

Fill gap from the box:


 The modern Shichi-go-san festival was
established during ............ period.

The Edo


Question 4

 Fill gap from the box



........ is a festival marking what Japanese
see as critical ages in a child’s development.

Shichi-go-san


Question 5

 The age of seven, girls children would be given
her first....., the silk sash that is worn with.....

Obi
Kimono


Question6

Look at the picture.What is it?

Zori ( sandal like footwear)


II - Introduction



Shichi-go-san is celebrated in Japan.



Shichi-go-san on is celebrated November 15 each year.



Shichi-go-san means seven, five, three.




On Shichi-go-san children go to a Shrine to ensure a future free
of misfortune and sickness.



Shichi-go-san is a festival marking what Japanese see as critical
ages in a child’s development.


III - Shichi-go-san festival

1.Meaning
2.Time line
3.Food
4.Clothing
5.Other nteresting information
6.Glossary


1 - Meaning



Seven – five – three


1 - Meaning
Girls who are 3 and 7
Boys who are 3 and 5
are celebrated for their
growth


2 - Time line (History)






Heian Period (749 – 1185 ): Shichi-go-san started.
Kamakura Period (1185-1333): November 15 is set to be the official date.
Edo Period (1603 – 1868): Spread all over Japan.
1868 to present day: Parents take seven, five, three year olds to a shrine.


• The modern Shichi-go-san festival was established during the
Edo period.

• The holiday was largely confined to the Kanto area until faily
recent times.


 Shichi-go-san is not a legal holiday in Japan.

 Shichi-go-san is an event that many people, especially chilren, look
forward to with great anticipation.


3 – Food



Children receive a ‘Chitose - ame’ also known as ‘thousand
years candy’


‘Good luck charms’


4 - Clothing

• Girl’s wear Kimono’s


4 - Clothing



Boy’s wear Hakama’s and Haori’s


Nowaday’s, young
children making their
shrine visits in Western
clothes rather than
kimono.


5 - Glossary







Shichi-go-san – seven, five, three.
Kimono – Dress
Haori – Jacket
Hakama – Trousers
Chitose ame – Thousand-year candy.


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