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Название: Japanese Food on Setsubun
Авторы: Daidoji, M.
Ключевые слова: Japanese Food
Fukumame
Eho-maki
Setsubun
Setsubun dishes
Issue Date: 2021
Краткий осмотр (реферат): I will show you the food that Japanese people eat during Setsubun. In Japan, February 2 or 3 is called Setsubun. It means “a division of the seasons”. It is the day before the beginning of a new season. When we used an old lunar calendar, Setsubun was treated as the end of year. Setsubun is called the “Bean Throwing Festival” in English. Japanese people eat various foods during Setsubun, and I’ll introduce two main foods, Fukumame and Ehomaki
Описание: Daidoji M. Japanese Food on Setsubun / M. Daidoji // Perspectives of Comparative World Literature and Cultural Studies: Collection of research papers by students And graduate students of Poltava V.G. Korolenko National Pedagogical University (Ukraine) and Saitama State University (Japan) / Ed. Susumu Nonaka, Olga Nikolenko. – Kyiv: Lebed’, 2021. – C. 71.
URI: http://dspace.pnpu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/16415
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