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Arigato Japan Sep 22
Today is Shūbun no Hi () or Autumnal Equinox Day, in Japan. It's a National Holiday and Japanese people usually use this day to pay respects to deceased family members, visit their graves and hold family reunions in honour of those who have passed.
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Customizer Kazu Sep 23
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Graveyard Baseball Sep 23
I hope everyone had a great
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liz Sep 23
Happy | ! Drew this back in 2017 when I was on exchange in Japan. This was in Shinjuku Gyoen if I remember correctly.
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Aoki Masaru Sep 24
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Eleanor Goldsmith 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇳🇿🇯🇵🇪🇺🍵 Sep 23
Meanwhile, in the Southern Hemisphere....
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小田玲子 Sep 23
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BRAND NEW WAY Sep 23
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keiko Sep 22
Reminder! 23/09/2019 16:50 JST (07:50 GMT). The Sun enters Libra.
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Japan Society Sep 23
Welcome to the Autumn! In Japan today is a public holiday and families usually spend time together and honor their ancestors visiting their graves. A sweet rice cake covered with red bean paste called Ohagi is often eaten.
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Honyaku Plus Sep 22
Wishing a happy and relaxing (Autumnal Equinox Day) to all our clients, contractors, supporters and friends.
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Belgium in Japan Sep 23
We hope everyone is having a nice Autumnal Equinox Day today! Autumn & winter are approaching, while the summer season is becoming a distant memory. Smurf-san really enjoyed his Japanese summer & made a lot of new friends on his way.
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Aoki Masaru Sep 23
Got on a crowded Enoden and got off at Kamakura Kokomae around 5pm, just about time for today's sunset with strong winds and high tides. More photos later!
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ジュンナ Sep 23
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Japan Web Magazine🍁🇯🇵 Discover Japan with us Sep 23
Planning a trip to Japan this autumn??✈️🇯🇵 (or living in Japan) Don't miss our Japan Autumn Leaves Forecast 2019 to plan your autumn leaves viewings this autumn!🍁🍂
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jojozoey Sep 22
Replying to @Jojozoey1
Strong wind, Very hot is foehn phenomenon
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Lerato An$ 🙅🏻‍♀️ Sep 23
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季天話チェス(blog&Instagram連帯中) Sep 23
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Camellia Tea Ceremony Sep 22
Replying to @camelliakyoto
Prior to 1947 (starting in 1878) a religious holiday called Shuki Koreisai (秋季皇霊祭) was observed at this time. This Shinto-centred celebration gave thanks for the upcoming harvest & honoured past emperors, members of the imperial family & ancestors.
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文夏@Voicy「文夏のエロティックキャピタルラボ」 Sep 22
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