Disneyland Emporium Celebrates Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islanders Heritage Month with Children’s Day Window Display

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A window display at the Emporium in Disneyland is commemorating AANHPI Heritage Month.

Disneyland Emporium display

We found the Heritage display below this red awning.

AANHPI Emporium display

A closer look is required to appreciate the AANHPI items on display.

AANHPI Emporium display

The display is varied, with colorful streamers, toys, and shelves, lined with celebratory items.

AANHPI Emporium display

Carp streamers are colorfully presented. Part of the Children’s Day celebration, they symbolize determination and success.

AANHPI Emporium display

We noticed a beautiful screen near the back. The wallpaper bursts with flowers and wildlife.

AANHPI Emporium display

This book is the centerpiece of the window display. The pages describe the history of Kodomo no Hi, or Children’s Day, which is celebrated May 5, in Japan.

Are you planning on checking out the Children’s Day display, to celebrate AANHPI Heritage month? Let us know in the comments!

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