The Japan Collection
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How do i send International Flower Delivery to Japan?
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It is called as Land of the Rising Sun. Its economy is the world's third-largest by nominal GDP. 90 percent of the people live in cities like Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Hakone and Hiroshima. When it comes to gift giving in Japan it is deeply rooted in tradition with gifts given not only for social occasions, but also for social obligations. Chocolates are most commonly given on Valentine ’s Day by couples while flowers are gifted during other occasions like Birthdays, Anniversaries etc. Gifts in pairs are considered to be lucky. Red roses, Gerberas, Carnations, and Orchids would be the perfect options if you are planning to gift someone.
Lilies, lotus and camellias are categorized into sad gesture. Before gifting any Japanese mates make sure you have a glance about Hanakotoba. Blue (forgot-me-not) and red camellias comprises love while cherry blossoms are apt for generous and kindness.
Traditional Japanese Flowers
Hanakotoba (花言葉) is the Japanese form of the language of flowers. If you are sending flowers to Japan, you should definitely know the meaning of Japanese flowers! Here are 10 of the most common flowers in Japan.
- Tsubaki (Camellia) signifies humility and the perfect love.
- Sumire (Violet) represents small love and sincerity.
- Momo (Peach) shows a Fascinating personality.
- Sakura (Japanese Cherry) indicates Accomplishment and Beauty of heart.
- Sakurasou (Primula sieboldii) stands for Desire and Long-lasting love.
- Asagao (Morning Glory) shows Brief love and Bond of love.
- Kiku (Chrysanthemum) represents Noble and Purity.
- Kinmokusei (Orange Osmanthus) represents a True and Noble person.
- Kosumosu (Cosmos) stands for Cleanliness and Love.
- Ume (Japanese Apricot) shows Elegance and Faithfulness.
Mother's Day Celebration in Japan
It is commonly believed that the 1st Haha no hi (Mothers Day) celebration in Japan occurred on 6th March, the birthday of Empress Kojun. These celebrations later became fully established alongside the organization of the Imperial Women’s Union in 1931. Mothers Day has been celebrated widely across Japan since then. In modern days many festivities are undertaken in celebration & Mother’s Day now has become one of the busiest days of the year for restaurants, shopping malls and other establishments across Japan.
Father's Day, 2019
The one who gives children life lessons, survival skills and the quiet, unconditional support which they require to reach their goal/calling in life is Father. This thought of celebrating fatherhood was first introduced in the United States and since June 1910 it has been celebrated joyously. Flowers, obviously play a vital part in this celebration. Flowers that we’d suggest you go with? Quite simply, say it with Roses. In white, pink, yellow or red, these will bring a smile on grizzly dad’s face. Want a break with tradition, look for an arrangement with Alstroemeria, White Lilies, Orchids, Blue Irises or Tulips.