Japanese celebration <Isshomochi>
The Isshomochi celebration is a traditional event held together with the celebration of a child's first birthday to pray for their healthy growth in the future.
One sho of glutinous rice (approximately 1.8 kg) is made into a mochi, which weighs approximately 2 kg. You put the rice cake on your baby's back, but sometimes it's so heavy that the baby cries or is unable to carry it. Children around the age of 1 vary in their growth, so they may not be able to carry the bag on their back or stand up. Including these things, holding the Isshomochi event itself is a joyous celebration.
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On a special day <Isshomochi celebration>
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