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Himorogi in Japan are most commonly seen at construction sites, where they stand for a while before actual work begins. The zigzag-shaped paper streamer hanging from the boundary ropes are called shide (紙垂).


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Marius JansenEdit

  1. Tsuki no wa no misasagi
  2. Japanese propaganda during World War II

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