This is a story of Happy, a valentine cupid, and his friends. They were playing with their arrows and bows on Valentine's Day. They got hungry and Happy shared his chocolate bar with his friends and they called it Tomo Choco (Friend Chocolates) from then on. Tomo Choco means, "Tomo" coming from the word "tomodachi", meaning friend in Japanese. Choco in short for chocolates. Tomo Choco are basically chocolates or baked goods that Japanese give on Valentine's Day as an expression of friendship between friends. Tomo Choco ,Friend Chocolates, giving is still practice by mostly young Japanese women only up to the present time on Valentines Day. Although there is no clear history of how Tomo Choco giving started, This original and creative story showed how Tomo Choco, Friend Chocolates, started and how these cute cupid friends enjoyed their Valentine's Day together.
Grit for kids
Grit for kids creates interactive original learning materials and contents for kids- songs, classic nursery rhymes, videos, stories made EASY and FUN for kids learning English. It's a combination of fun and cute animations with lively music, fascinating stories that kids will surely LEARN and ENJOY!
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