Rather than having 4 seasons, the traditional Japanese calendar…

Rather than having 4 seasons, the traditional Japanese calendar has 24 seasons that last 15 days each, these seasons are then split up by 72 five-day microseasons. As of today, the current microseason is “Farmers drain fields,” followed by “Wild geese return” and “Chrysanthemums bloom.”

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