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Q: Could you please correct what I've written below?
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"Yuinou" is a ceremony for exchanging symbolic articles of engagement in courtship. Japanese people display a scroll with an auspicious painting on an alcove in Yuinou. Our customer will hold a Yuinou ceremony soon. Thus she bought the scroll with a painting of *cranes and turtles from us. The colour of a tokonoma alcove goes well with the one of the painting. We are very happy that she was very much pleased with the scroll.

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*They considered crane and the turtle as the vehicles of the immortals in China. Thus, they are symbols of longevity. This thought was introduced in Japan, and they are loved as symbols of longevity, as well.
A: "Yuinou" is a ceremony for exchanging symbolic articles of engagement in courtship. Japanese people display a scroll with an auspicious painting on an alcove in Yuinou. Our customer is holding a Yuinou ceremony soon, so she bought a scroll with a painting of cranes and turtles from us. The color of a tokonoma alcove beautifully compliments the colors of the painting. We are very happy with how pleased our customer was with the scroll.

I re-worded some of it to sound more flowery. There were a few tiny grammar mistakes, but nothing that would keep someone from understanding you.

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