Floating Lanterns and Golden Shrines: Celebrating Japanese Festivals
Daruma dolls, mochi pounding, Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples... This book is full of detailed and charming illustrations of seven Japanese celebrations with games, activities, and retelling of folktales.
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