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Mother’s Day is celebrated in Japan along with the family members during the showa period to celebrate the birthday of Empress Kojun on 6th March. Later on Mother’s Day was introduced by the Christian missionaries in the year 1913. Hahaoya is the meaning of the word “Mother” in Japanese language and later on in the year 1930, the Japanese started celebrating this day with great pomp and gaiety. On this Mother’s Day Carnations are given in ample quantities to all mothers and children offer prayers for their mother. Flowers are sent from the foreign countries in Japan and have various segments like, Pink Gerberas, Pink Carnations, Asiatic Lilies, White Roses, Oriental Lilies, Birds of Paradise and many others. People Send Mother’s Day Flowers to Japan to render loads of happiness in the lives of the mothers.