The official start of spring is acknowledged in north-eastern Honshu with a domestic ceremony called the Tada, performed by the eldest in the family to drive out evil spirits. This person takes peanuts and throws them from every door and window in the house, ridding demons and calling out for luck. Bring this sentiment into your correspondences with this set of six Japanese cotton paper note cards, each embossed and hand painted.
Made in Japan. Set of six flat cards and envelopes. Crafted from cotton paper.
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