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A floral hairpini‚g‚‚Ž‚‚‹‚‚Ž‚š‚‚ˆ‚‰j is not
a simple hair ornament.
I express a symbol of a season.

There is a custom to put the floral hairpin
which was the same every 12 month in Gion.

A maiko places an ornamental hairpin of an ear of rice
in hair in the opening ceremony of January 7.
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