Tsukimi, Japan's Harvest Moon Festival 月見

  • Published on : Thu, 04/09/2015 - 00:00
  • by : C.L.
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Clair de lune

Ancienne tradition chinoise, le tsukimi est à la fois une fête agraire et un moment contemplatif dédié à l'astre lunaire.


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