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Honolulu Events | Shichi Go San Children’s Festival

Wondering What to do in Honolulu with kids this November? Until the 23rd, take them for a kimono dressing and blessing at the Shichi Go San Children’s Festival at the Japanese Cultural Center – one of the top Honolulu Events this month near our Honolulu Accommodations.

Date: 
October 19, 2014 to November 23, 2014
Location: 
Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii | 2454 South Beretania Street #101, Honolulu, HI 96826
Phone: 
808.945.7633

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About the Shichi Go San Children’s Festival:
If you’re visiting our island with children, you’ll find so many fun Honolulu Events for them to enjoy near Ambassador Hotel – A Honolulu Hotel. Hawaii loves children, and if you’re wondering What to do in Honolulu that celebrates your little one and caters to his or her amazing little spirit – consider attending the Shichi Go San Children’s Festival.

The Shichi Go San Children’s Festival is one of the most beautiful – and fun – Honolulu Events to be held during the year near our Honolulu Accommodations. It is rich in pageantry and ceremony, and all of the delightful festivities revolve around the beautiful Shichi Go San: Keiki Kimono Dressing.

Are you wondering What to do in Honolulu with kids? Stay at Ambassador Hotel – A Honolulu Hotel – and you’ll have many choices for Honolulu Events that children will absolutely love.

Why you should attend the Shichi Go San Children’s Festival:
Shichi Go San literally translates to “seven, five, three,” and stems from the Meiji Era (1868-1912), when parents brought their kimono-clad children (girls age 3 and 7; boys age 3 and 5) to the Shinto shrines and prayed that they would have long and prosperous lives. Today, this coming-of-age custom has evolved to encompass all children, regardless of their age, and it is celebrated with one of the most fun Honolulu Events that offers a glimpse into the traditions of the Hawaiian people.

At the Shichi Go San Children’s Festival, children dress up in elegant kimono and zori (sandals), have an authentic Shinto blessing, and capture the day with a professional photograph at the traditional Hawaiian Event. If you want your children to participate in the Shichi Go San Kimono Dressing, you’ll surely be pleased to know that this Honolulu Event takes place minutes from Ambassador Hotel - A Honolulu Hotel – at the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii.

There’s no wondering What to do in Honolulu when you stay at our Honolulu Accommodations. All of the top Honolulu Events are just moments away!

Interesting facts about the Shichi Go San Children’s Festival and the Japanese Cultural Center:

  • The Japanese Cultural Center’s mission is to be a vibrant resource in Hawaii, strengthening the state’s diverse community by educating present and future generations in the evolving Japanese American experience in Hawaii.
  • The Japanese Cultural Center offers fantastic programming and meaningful community services throughout the year to attain its goals – like presenting the Shichi Go San Festival, which enhances the understanding and celebration of Hawaiian heritage.

Location and contact information for the Shichi Go San Children’s Festival:
The Shichi Go San Children’s Festival takes place at the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii | 2454 South Beretania Street #101, Honolulu, HI 96826. Tel: 808.945.7633.

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