Setsubun (Japan’s last day of Winter)

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For the last day of Winter and the start of spring… the Japanese tradition is to scare of the oni (devils) by throwing roast soy beans at them.
Well, I prefered those wagashi (Japanese traditional cakes) with my tea. They are shaped like devils.

Wagashi Saga : Photo-menu of all Japanese sweet posts.

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