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Tradiciones vigentes de la colectividad peruano japonesa

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La Asociación Peruano Japonesa coloca durante el mes de julio los árboles de bambú que caracterizan la celebración del Tanabata en Japón. Los niños escriben y dejan sus deseos en las ramas buscando que estos se hagan realidad. Foto de julio del 2006.

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