Setsubun free coloring pages for kids in Nurie-world
Setsubun is a traditional Japanese festival that marks the end of winter and the beginning of spring. The name "Setsubun" literally means "seasonal division" and it's celebrated on February 3rd. It's a time to drive away evil spirits and bring in good luck for the coming year.
One of the main customs of Setsubun is the "mamemaki" ceremony where people throw roasted soybeans (called "fuku-mame") out of the door or at a member of the family dressed as a demon (Oni) and shout "Oni wa soto! Fuku wa uchi!" which means "Demons out! Luck in!"
Another popular custom is eating a special sushi roll called "Ehomaki" which is eaten while facing the year's lucky direction, which changes every year according to the Chinese Zodiac.
Setsubun is also celebrated at shrines and temples around Japan, with various rituals and ceremonies to drive away evil spirits and bring good luck. Visitors can witness these rituals, and sometimes even participate in them.
In recent years, Setsubun has become a popular family-friendly event, and many communities, schools, and businesses hold their own Setsubun celebrations, with food, games, and performances.
Setsubun is an exciting and fun festival that offers a glimpse into traditional Japanese culture and customs. It's a great opportunity to learn about the history and significance of the festival, as well as to participate in the customs and enjoy the festive atmosphere.
Nurie World Setsubun Tag coloring book pages：
Nurie World original coloring pages:
Most Used Seto's demon face (for production) in Setsubun Tag Free coloring page
Collabo coloring pages by Pro Illustrators: