Big set of 200 Japanese culture illustrations ② (47〜98)

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The 200 illustrations of Japanese culture are divided into 4 pages (the following ①〜④).

② Annual events in spring 47〜65

② Annual events in summer 66〜85

② Annual events in fall / autumn 86〜95

② Annual events in winter 96〜98

① Japanese New Year, Lucky charm, Kimono  1〜46

③ Shinto shrine, traditional art, hot spring  99〜152

④ Ninja, samurai, martial art, etc.  153〜200

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Annual events in spring 47〜65

Setsubun, Girl’s Festival, Cherry-blossom viewing, the Children’s Day etc.


Setsubun refers to the day before risshun, which is the beginning of spring. It usually falls on February 3rd.
People scatter soybeans as saying “Oni ha soto, Fuku ha uchi”. In Japanese, the word “Oni” means devil or demon, “Fuku” means lucky.

Hina-matsuri (the Girl’s festival)

Hina-matsuri is also called Momo-no-sekku, is an event to celebrate young girls’ growth and pray for happiness.
At Hina-matsuri, hina dolls are displayed, and a special sake, chirashi-zushi (traditional dishes like scattered sushi, rice in a sushi tub with a variety of ingredients sprinkled on top), Hishimochi (lozenge-shaped rice cakes with three layers of red, white, and green), and hina-arare (bite-sized sweet rice crackers) are prepared.
White sake is a special sake for the Girl’s/Doll’s festival.

Cherry blossom viewing

Tango-no-sekku (Children’s day)

Tango-no-sekku (the Boys’ Day) is a Japanese annual event, expressing hope that each boy in the family will grow up healthy and strong.
Families with boys celebrate the day by putting up koinobori (carp streamers) outside of their homes and displaying kabuto (a warrior helmet) in the room and eat kashiwa-mochi (rice cakes wrapped in an oak leaf) or chimaki (steamed rice dumplings wrapped in bamboo leaves).

Ajisai and aomomiji

In Japan, there is a season called “Tsuyu”, which means “rainy season”, and
beautiful hydrangea is the symbol of the season. 

Annual events in summer  66〜85

Tanabata (Star Festival), Japanese summer festival, Obon festival, Yukata, etc.

Natsu-matsuri (summer festival)


Obon holidays: people have custom to pay a visit to their family’s graves.
Traditionally, obon lanterns are placed inside the house or in front of houses to guide the ancestors’ spirits.
Some Japanese make a horse out of a cucumber and a cow out of an eggplant during Obon holiday.

Annual events in Fall / Autumn 86〜95

・Tsukimi is the custom of people viewing the full moon. People decorate Japanese plume grass and offer sweet rice dumplings.

・Momiji-gari (autumn foliage viewing) is a popular event among the Japanese. From the end of October through the beginning of December, when Japanese maple leaves turn red or yellow, people go out to the countryside to enjoy its beauty.


Shichigosan means “seven-five-three”, on November 15th, three-year-old boys and girls, five-year-old boys and seven-year-old girls go to a shrine to pray for their happiness as they grow up.

Annual events in Winter  96〜98

・Joya-no-kane means striking a temple bell, which is rung one hundred and eight times around midnight on New Year’s Eve.
It is said that a human being has 108 evil thoughts, the ringing of bells can remove that.

・Toshikoshi-soba (buckwheat noodles) is customarily eaten on New Year’s Eve.
In Japan, soba symbolizes a long life, because it is long in shape.

① Japanese New Year, Lucky charm, Shinto shrine 1〜46

③ Shinto shrine, traditional art, hot spring 99〜152

④ Ninja, samurai, martial arts, etc.  153〜200

About the price, payment method and the specifications of 200 Japanese culture illustrations

  • Price:1,900 JPY (set of 200)
  • Please note that the illustrations are NOT returnable or refundable after purchase.
  • Payment method:Credit card via Stripe (
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  • Total file size : 720MB
  • Format:PNG
  • Background : transparent
  • Color profile : sRGB
  • Resolution : 300ppi
  • Basic canvas size : 15cm x 15cm (a little different by illustrations)
  • All of the illustrations are added rough paper texture.
  • The download files have no watermark.
  • Please decompress the downloaded file before using it.

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