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Leap Year in Japan: Floating Troubles and Business Bounties on the 29th of February

The commemoration of a leap year in Japan may not hold as much prominence as some other culturally significant festivals. However, there are a few intriguing customs and traditions associated with this additional day that make it truly distinctive. One such tradition is known as “nagashi bina,” which can be loosely translated as “floating dolls.” …

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