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Shunbun no Hi

 In Japan, we can feel Spring-coming, day by day.

So, we have to go out to feel Spring.

We have a lot of expressions of seasons. People have been thinking that feeling seasons has been very important and valuable since ancient times.

There's a way of thinking called "Nijushi-Sekki (二十四節気)".

"Nijushi (二十四)" means "24" and "Sekki (節気)" means the divisions of a year.

They are used to denote the changing of the seasons.

March 20th is the "Shunbun no Hi(春分の日)".

Shunbun "春分" is one of the "Nijushi-Sekki" and that means the sun reaches the vernal equinox when the lengths of the night and day are equal.

The day is designated a national holiday which had been established in 1948 for praising nature and showing love of all living things.

Why don't you enjoy it with Furoshiki.

Today we introduce TANGOCHIRIMEN YUZENZOME SAKURAKAKURENBO.

TANGOCHIRIMEN YUZENZOME SAKURAKAKURENBO

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"KAKURENBO" means "hide and seek". It is perfect choice because we can see cherry buds in this season!