A rice dumpling eaten during the moon-viewing (Tsukimi) festival.

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  • Tsukimi — Nihongo|Tsukimi |月見 is Japanese festivals honoring the moon of Autumn. The word Tsukimi consists of two words tsuki (lit. moon ) and mi (lit. seeing , or view ). The celebration take place on the 15th of August for the full moon and on the 13th… …   Wikipedia

  • Tsukimi —    Moon viewing, a tradition found in Japan and China. The most beautiful moon is seen between 15th and 20th September. Participants form moon viewing parties to drink sake, compose songs, eat tsukimi dango (rice flour dumplings) and pray for… …   A Popular Dictionary of Shinto

  • O-tsukimi — Offrandes typiques de l O tsukimi : dango, susuki et châtaignes. L O tsukimi (お月見, O tsukimi …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Hanami — am Kamogawa in Kyōto Picknickgesellschaften in eine …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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