Tonight, the night is lit up like the day, by thesparkling and twinkling stars.
The street is brilliantly adorned with people holdingtheir lanterns, praying for prosperity, and congratulating greeting each other.
Each lantern illuminates the path ahead, promising abetter tomorrow.
Daikon, in ancient times, was named “laifu,” or “arrivegood fortune”. During the height of springfestivities, just when it is the season when daikon is ripe, people, usingtheir ingenuity, hallowed out the daikon, transforming them into lanterns. The inverted daikon shape, stem and veins ofgold around the foot, means "blessed prosperity has arrived.”
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