Shichi Go San: Keiki Kimono Dressing (SOLD OUT)
Shichi Go San, literally translated as "seven, five, three," stems from the Meiji Era (1868-1912) when parents, on November 15 brought their kimono-clad children- girls, ages three and seven, and boys, ages three and five- to Shinto shrines and prayed for their children to have long and prosperous lives. Today, this coming-of-age custom has evolved to encompass all children, regardless of their age.
Children can dress up in colorful kimono and zori (sandals) and capture the day with a professional photograph at this traditional Japanese event.
Kimono Dressing by Masako Formals
Photography by King Photo Service, Inc.
$75 for JCCH Members*, $90 for non-members
*Individual Members receive a discount on one $75 slot; Family Members receive two $75 slots.
To register, download a registration form here, or call 945-7633, ext. 25.