Although not tied to its older traditions, modern Japan is probably one of the countries to celebrate Valentine’s Day with similar enthusiasm than people show during national holidays. For SKA, it is a day in which the students have the chance to express love and kindness to their closest people.
On this day, pink is the color of the day and classes make their rooms as pinky as a giant candy house. In the morning, they mainly work on gifts they will offer along with some craft hats necessary for the second part of the celebration.
Indeed, around lunch time, students are invited to share sweets and fun with their friends. Super Stars and Kindergarten students gather in the studio for additional activities and dances.