The 7-5-3 Festival is a Japanese convention (conventional) festival. On 7-5-3 Festival, 3-year-old girls and boys, 5-year-old boys and 7-year-old girl go to the temple (and) pray. Mothers and fathers give them candy. Wish (them to live) to one thousand years old.
The Shichi-go-san Festival only three-year-old boys and girls, 5-year-old boys and 7-year-old girls can celebrate. They go to temples to pray. The girls wear kimonos, the boys wear hakamas on Shichi-go-san Festival. Their fathers or mothers buy candy for them to eat. So they eat candy, they can grow up.
The Shichi-go-san is a Japanese festival. The three-year-old boys and girls, five-year-old boys and seven-year-old girls can go to temples to drink water and eat candy. The girls wear kimonos and they are very cute. The boys wear hakamas and they are cute too.
Why is Japanese Children’s Day called 753 Festival? Because only 3-year-old boys and girls, 5-year-old boys and 7-year-old girls celebrate this festival. They go to temples to pray and eat candy. Girls are so pretty and so cute.
When I become a ghost, I am a nice ghost. I can help anyone to do everything. When you have problems, you can call me to help you. When you are happy, I’m happy too. When you are sad, I’m sad too. But you tell me to do bad things, I can’t help you. Because I am a nice angel!