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Ka-cho-fu-getsu

Ka-cho-fu-getsu means 'flowers, birds, wind, and moon'. It's a symbolic term ...
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Kabocha pumpkin

The kabotcha is a Japanese variety of winter squash. Kabocha has a deep green...
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Kadomatsu

Kadomatsu (pine gate) is a New Year decoration made of pine and bamboo with v...
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Kamawanu

Kamawanu is a classical word play. A sickle (kama), a circle (wa), and the sy...
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Kappa

Kappa are legendary creatures from the Japanese folklore. Kappa live in river...
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Kashiwamochi and sakuramochi

Kashiwa mochi is a steamed mochi (sticky rice cake) filled with sweet red bea...
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Kikyo, japanese bell flower

The platycodon or Chinese/Japanese bellflower originates from east Asia and i...
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Kokeshi doll

Kokeshi are traditional wooden dolls from the north of Japan (Tohoku region)....
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Kompeitō sweet

Kompeitō are traditional sugar sweets which were introduced to Japan by the ...
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Koto

The koto is a traditional Japanese string musical instrument which originates...
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Kutani style

Kutani is a tyle of porcelain from the north of Honshu (Kanazawa, Komatsu, Ka...
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