Traditionally, this rite of passage is held for young boys, age 5, and young girls, age 3 and 7, to celebrate their growth and to pray for their well-being. As part of the culture, the beautiful and colorful traditional outfit worn by children at this event would be passed down from their parents and in some extraordinary instances, even from their grandparents.
Make sure to hire a professional photographer for this incredible Japanese milestone. Your children will treasure these images as adults. Such a part of their life and story here in Japan.
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