Monday, January 26, 2009

Cherry Blossoms in the Supermarket

school satchel counter in the supermarket Photo above is a school satchel counter in the supermarket.
We are in mid winter.
Those cherry blossoms are imitation.
In Japan, school year open in April.
Those school satchels are sold for children who enter elementary school in this year.
By the way, we call such school satchel "randoseru".

8 comments:

SandraD. said...

Those satchels are much more exciting looking than our American 'backpacks'. What a nice store it seems to be.

Leica麗香 said...

Yes, japanese stores are generally more attractive than our american ones.

此れが面白い、店の中には桜桃があります。其れは造木です、其れでも本当にきれいです。

所で、英語では「soled」は「靴底が有る」か「足裏が有る」ことを意味する。「sold」は「売った」を意味する。

間違っていれば私の日本語を訂正してください。私達はお互いに助け合うことが有益です。(~_^)

Hilda said...

Nice spring reminder in the middle of winter!

Madison Avenue Baby said...

Your kids go to school in April? How many months do they attend school? Do they get a long break (like American kids do in the summer)?
Dawn

Malyss said...

Here, children go to school from september till the end of June;They have two months of holidays in july and august;So here, we are far of a new beginning;Midwinter means midschoolyear!

Babooshka said...

Just adore cherry blossoms and thos satchels are so retro.

nobu said...

Thanks for your comments.

Leica; Thanks, you help me.

Dawn; In Japan, summer holiday is around 40 days.
winter 2 weeks,spring 2 weeks.
But those are different with region.

Madison Avenue Baby said...

Thanks for the information, Nobu.
Dawn

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