Setsubun today!! 3rd February is a day to celebrate the coming of spring even though it’s still cold (according to the old lunar calendar).
We throw soybeans represents getting rid of bad luck and welcoming good luck.
I made 豆 (soybean in Japanese kanji) with soybeans😂👍
This sushi roll is called Eho-maki 😋 We eat this Eho-maki on Setsubun.
When we eat this, look in the year’s good luck direction, and eat quietly🙊
If you’re interested in Japanese calligraphy (Shodo), Cooking (Udon, Tamagoyaki), Origami or Tsumami-zaiku then please contact me!!
You’ll learn the Traditional Japanese Calligraphy;) I have a license to teach Calligraphy and over 20 years of experiences.
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