We will be doing this. If you’re in Japan at the beginning of January, Seijin-no-hi is the perfect day to see young Japanese people in traditional clothing and have a good time. In February, Japan celebrates Setsubun Festival. Setsubun is the day before the spring equinox in Japan, which is almost the same day as the Chinese New Year. Traditionally, a bean-throwing ceremony is held on Setsubun to ward off evil spirits and welcome the new season. Many shrines across the country hold Setsubun celebrations. Setsubun means “”the day between the two seasons””.
The last day of winter falls on February 3 on today’s calendar. Bean-throwing is done at home on Setsubun Day. Roasted beans are scattered around the house.

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