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  1. Japanese Calligraphy and The Seasons Here in Japan, the seasons represent so much more than a simple change in the weather. The seasons dictate so much of traditional culture, from what food is eaten, which Gods are celebrated and most interestingly, how the home is decorated.

  2. The first strong, south winds of the year signify the coming of spring (春- Haru), beginning in February and ending at the start of May. This is the time of the cherry blossom (桜- Sakura).

  3. Summer (夏- Natsu) begins with Typhoon season, when most of the country is lashed with heavy rain and strong winds, bringing at their end the hot and humid months of July and August.

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