PARA-727-Tanabata

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Level 6 - abstract
Word: Tanabata

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Japanese

Definition:
Tanabata (Shichiseki) is one of the days of sekku/sechinichi (a day of the turn of the season) in Japan, China, Taiwan, Vietnam, and Korea. Though it refers to the night of July 7 (lunar calendar). By writing wishes on tanzaku (strips of colored paper) and hanging them on bamboo branches is a common practice around the nation. Hanging tanzaku on bamboo branches is a uniquely Japanese practice and it was created during the Edo period based on bamboo set at the both sides of cogon grass ring for Natsugoshi no Oharae (great purification ceremony).


Magic Status: 1 - Neophyte
Tier 1 - This Paralogos has the passive ability to increase the changes of wishes coming true for those in close proximity to them.

Wisdom Status: 0 - Unaware

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31 July 2022, 11:54:20 EDT

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