Asian Art by Jim Knopf, YokohamaJim Knopf, Yokohama
Wood block print, by Inui Tai, born 1929

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Wood block print, by Inui Tai, born 1929
Inui Tai, born 1929
Japan, Showa period, 20th century
Wood block print on paper
H: 10 2/3 inch, W: 9 1/2 inch (print size)
H: 12 3/4 inch, W: 12 1/4 inch (paper size)

Setsubun, the division of seasons, is the last day before the beginning of each season. Usually the term refers to the last day of winter. Spring Setsubun is traditionally celebrated by throwing soy beans out the door while chanting "Oni wa soto, Fuku wa uchi" (Demons out, Good luck in!) (February 3rd)

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