Anonymous said: Could you do which holidays the style five boys favor and how they celebrate? I love your blog! It's super great, I hope you don't get too overwhelmed though.
(oh, thank you! to be honest it does get a little bit overwhelming sometimes, but i’ll make it through!)
Makoto: He actually really enjoys the local festivals (matsuri) that usually take place in the summer. He can wear a yukata, scoop for goldfish, buy his favorite snacks, and most importantly, go with his friends. He finds that every time he goes he makes more memories to look back on, and he cherishes them greatly by making it a point to go every year.
Haruka: Haru might seem like he wouldn’t like the Christmas season because the town is so bright, busy, and bustling, but it’s actually his favorite. He doesn’t like getting cold, but the snow is beautiful and he’d “celebrate” by making tiny little snowmen in his backyard and exchanging gifts with his friends. Plus it gives him an excuse to take more hot baths than usual and drink hot chocolate.
Nagisa: Not so surprisingly, Halloween is his favorite of all. The town fades to oranges and yellows, people dress up, and obviously, candy. Tons and tons of candy. He goes all out every year, dressing up, buying candy, and carving scary pumpkins to leave all over town to get everyone else in the mood too. He starts scolding anyone who doesn’t even do as much as dress up and eats tons of pumpkin pie.
Rei: Rei likes New Year’s the best. He finds it really refreshing to look back on his year and check things off his mental checklist for things he’s done and accomplished to get a sense of pride. He does nothing but look forward to what the new year will bring to him. He doesn’t exactly do too much to celebrate since he doesn’t drink or go to a lot of parties, but he’ll definitely go out with his friends to watch the fireworks with the brightest smile.
Rin: He isn’t too fond of fall, but he has to begrudgingly admit that Thanksgiving is a really important time to him. Because he lives in a dorm he spends a lot of time away from his family, so he always makes sure to go home for Thanksgiving to eat and talk the night away with his mother and sister. He feels closer with every visit and wouldn’t miss it for the world; he wants his family to know how much he cares and that’s how he shows it.
Also Haru gets to spend more time with his family on Christmas. (Together with Makoto’s)