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三字熟語

In Japan, there is a culture of enjoying nature and life by capturing scenes of the changing seasons.

The following is a list of idioms using three kanji characters to describe the scenery and scenes of the seasons.

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朧月夜(oborotsukiyo)

The moon appears to blur the light of the moon.

十六夜(zyurokuya)

The night of the 16th day of the lunar calendar. Also, the moon on that night.

朝月夜(asazukiyo)

It means that the moon is still in the sky at dawn.

夕月夜(yuzukiyo)

The moon shining separately from the sun in the evening.

五月雨(samidare)

男, 雨, 雪の降雨, 1人, シガレット, 帽子, シルエット, さみしい, ムード, 人, うつ, 悲しい

It means long rains.

It is also sometimes described as 五月雨式 for intermittent lingering.

不知火(shiranui)

It refers to the phenomenon of countless lights going on and off that can be seen off the coast of Kyushu in Japan.

雪月花(setsugekka)

It means to enjoy the tasteful appearance of the four seasons in Japan, including snow, moon and flowers.

桃源郷(tougenkyou)

ドロミテ, 山, イタリア, アルプス, 自然, 湖, 風景, 高山のパノラマ, ベッルーノ, 秋

It means a peaceful homeland away from the mundane world, like heaven.

蝉時雨(semisigure)

It means a peaceful homeland away from the mundane world, like heaven.

真善美(shinzenbi)

It means true, good, and beautiful, which are the ideal values of Japan.

八百万(yaoyorozu)

A number of gods that are too numerous to count.
It is an ancient Japanese way of thinking that feels God in all things in the forest, and is connected to Shintoism.


Here are some three-letter idioms that mean the beautiful four seasons in Japan.

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