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Belated Otsukimi



In fall, as the days become shorter, we feel the moon gets more beautiful. The most beautiful moon can be seen on September 15th. We enjoy looking up at the moon, and this custom is called "Otsukimi/Tsukimi."



Tsukimi (night of the full moon on August 15 and September 13 of the lunar calendar);
the days for "moon-gazing." Decorations of Japanese pampas grass are used, and moon-offerings of sake and dango (a kind of dumpling) are made as the people gaze at the moon, enjoying the autumn evening.




Japanese think a rabbit enjoys "mochitsuki", meaning "pounding rice cakes", on the harvest moon. "Mochitsuki" can also mean "full moon".

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