Celebrating Mothers Day At Edo Ichi Japanese Restaurant

Mother’s Day is a celebration honoring the mother of the family, as well as motherhood, maternal bonds, and the influence of mothers in society.

In most countries Mother's Day is celebrated on the second Sunday in May, among them the USA, Canada, most European countries, Australia, New Zealand, India, China, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines and South Africa. One notable exception to this rule are the UK and Ireland, which celebrate Mother's Day on the fourth Sunday in Lent. Most Arab countries celebrate Mother's Day on March 21st (vernal equinox). Most East European countries celebrate Mother's Day on March 8th.

In most countries, Mother's Day is a recent observance derived from the holiday as it has evolved in America. When it was adopted by other countries and cultures, it was given different meanings, associated to different events (religious, historical or legendary), and celebrated in a different date or dates.
Some countries already had existing celebrations honoring motherhood, and their celebrations have adopted several external characteristics from the US holiday, like giving carnations and other presents to your own mother. (source: wiki)

The extent of the celebrations varies greatly. In some countries, it is potentially offensive to one's mother not to mark Mother's Day. In others, it is a little-known festival celebrated mainly by immigrants, or covered by the media as a taste of foreign culture (compare the celebrations of Diwali in the UK and the United States).
So last night we had our dinner at our favourite Edo Ichi Japanese Restaurant here in Sandakan for early Mother's Day celebrations. Currently they have 15 days promotion set. (1st May - 15th May 2016). Sashimi (2pcs of Salmon, Shiromi & Maguro) & grilled Salmon (Teriyaki or Salt sauce) for only RM25.00. TERMS & CONDITIONS you MUST "LIKE & SHARE" below advertisement in your FB or WeChat Moments. Check out their page at Edo Ichi Restaurant Sandakan.

They only left Salmon, they run out of Maguro as lots of people order this set.

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