The letter from my son to my husband
The rainy season in Japan is coming to the end and the hydrangea flowers are falling.
Here is the third hydrangea product.
These are hydrangea and mimosa mini envelopes (Pochibukuro).
In Japan, there is a custom for children to receive money in a Pochibukuro at New Year's.
Children all over Japan look forward to it.
However, I use Pochibukuro all year round, to return money to my friends, to put small letters in, and so on.
This is the letter from my son to my husband.
The features of the face are well expressed with origami.
Children write their feelings honestly in their letters.
I should do like they do.
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