These really look alike.
Japanese black soybeans and Japanese black persimmon wood. These are living forms.

In Japan, February 3rd is the day of “Setsubun”.
Setsubun signifies the end of winter and the beginning of spring.
We shower soybeans to banish evil spirits and welcome good fortune. After that, we pray for good health and well-being while eating as many soybeans as our age.



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