Wedding ceremony

This type of envelope is used to wrap cash as a gift for the new married couple. The couple or the couple's family also use the envelope to wrap cash as a gift to appreciate the help of the friends or staffs during the wedding ceremony such as Kimono dressing teacher and etc.

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Cerebrate for the newborn baby

For cerebrating a new born child of a couple, the Japanese usually use the envelope with a bow tie which color is red and white to wrap cash as a gift. Other cute designed envelope can be also used in this situation. These kinds of envelope can be also used during Omiyamaeri and Hatusome etc.

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Hatsuseku

Japanese people will celebrate "Hatsuzeku" for their newborn baby on 3rd.March and 5th.May. The former date is for the newborn baby girls and the later is for the baby boys. People will put special dolls decoration in their houses wish their babies grow up healthy. When a boy or a girl turns to 3 years old, Japanese people will dress their kids in Kimonos and visit shine to keep them stay away from disease. And when a boy turns to 5 years old and a girl who turns 7 years old, their parents will also take them to the shine and pray for the their health.
In Osaka and Kyoto, for celebrating a girl turns to 13 years old, their family will take them to the shine and pray good luck.

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Honors day

When it comes to the first day of children's kindergarten or elementary school Japanese people also use special envelope to wrap cash as a gift to show their greetings. Usually the envelope with a bow will be used, but the cute design envelopes are also suitable.

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Graduate ceremony/Coming age day

In Japan,there are many ceremonies in spring time.
For graduation ceremony and coming of age ceremony Japanese people usually use an envelope with red and white bow to wrap cash as a gift to their children or friends.

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