#3 seasons

Overview

The theme is “Shun Ka Shun To: Seasons”. The Japanese people had traditionally appreciated the transition of four seasons through haiku (short poem). The haiku has several rules. One of them is to include one seasonal word in each haiku. The seasonal words can be anything around you, such as weather, clothing, food, housing, events, animals, or plants, which make a reference to the seasons (i.e. spring, sum- mer, fall, winter, and New Year). The seasonal words represent not only a sense of season but also the Japanese art, life style, and Japanese aesthetic value. This time, six visual arts were created based on haiku.

Works lists

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