Haiku Springtime Kego’s


Spring The Season
Mother Nature
Springtime
Spring colour
Early Spring
Mid Spring
Late Spring
Spring salvation
February
March
Sun
April
Lunar new year
First day of Spring
Lingering cold
Signs of Spring
Spring equinox
Spring morning
Spring sun
Spring sunshine
Spring afternoon
Spring evening
Spring night
Last spring light
Balmy day
Parting (passing ) spring
End of the cold
Celestial Phenomena
Spring sky
Spring sunshine,Spring sun
Hazy night
Haze
Spring mist
haze
Heat haze
shimmer
Spring wind
East wind
Mirage
Spring cloud
Spring storm
Spring hail
Spring dust
Spring rain
rain
Spring rainy days
Spring shower
April shower
Spring rainbow
Spring drizzle
Spring sleet
Spring frost
Late frost
Spring thunder
Spring snow
Spring thunder
Spring moon
Hazy moon
Spring darkness
Spring stars
Spring sunset
First spring gust
Spring gust
Shinning wind
Terrestrial Phenomena
Mountains(hills) in spring
Mountains(hills) smile
Spring water
Water’s of spring
Spring sea
Slush
Spring waterfall
Unmelted snow
Remaining snow
Melting snow
Snow-melt
Snow meltwater
Spring ice
Thin ice
Drift ice


Spring tide
Spring wave
Spring field
Burning fields
Spring river
Snow slide
Thaw
Life Humanity
Bonfire in spring
Migrant fishermen
Great examination
Graduation
Start of school
Outing
Hike
Picnic
Spring wear
Spring shawl
Spring parasol
White sake
Spring light
Putting away stoves
Opening north windows
Replacing the roof
Treading on barley(wheat) plants
Burning hills(/fields/grass)
Plowing
Seeds
Planting seeds
Planting potato(/sweet potato/ taro/ lotus/ bulb/ indigo/ hemp, etc.)
Seed bed
Nursery
Pruning
Planting and cutting
Parting the roots
Cutting off the wool
Cutting grass
Sericulture
Picking tea(/mulberry leaves)
Tea making
Woman diver (for pearls, fish, etc.)
Floating woods
Gathering shellfish (at low tide)
Cherry blossoms viewing
Apricot blossoms viewing
Boat race
Regatta
Kite
Balloon
Windmill
Pinwheel
Soap bubble
Pheasant whistle
Swing
Cold(/Flu) in Spring
Sleeping late
Sleep in spring
Melancholy of spring
Dream in spring
(events)
Anniversary of Saigyo’s death
(Ryokan(T)/Sanetomo(S)/Yoshinaka(S)/Oishi(S)/Rikyu(C)/Kikaku(H)/
Hitomaro(T)/Fusei(H)/Mokichi(T)/Seishi(H)/Sanki(H)/Kyoshi(H)/
Takuboku(T)/Saigyo(T)/etc………their death)
indicates their fields
T:Tanka, Waka S:Samurai C:Tea ceremony H:Haiku, Haikai
Easter
Doll’s Festival
Floating dolls
Market of dolls
Entering Nirvana/Reposing Buddha statue
Anniversary of Buddha’s entering Nirvana
Blossom Festival
Anniversary of Buddha’s birthday
Piligrim
National Foundation Day
11th, February
Vernal Equinox Day
Constitution Day
3rd, May
Memorial service for needles
Cockfight
Spring festivals
Kasuga Festival
Takayama Festival
Yasukuni Festival
Dontaku etc…..
Various kinds of spring festivals held in Japan
May Day
April Fool
Greenery Day/Week
29th,April/23th-29th
April
Visiting Ise shrine
Confucius Festival
4th Sunday,April
Gishi Festival
1st-7th, April.
[Gishi means Ako Gishi (who are 47 samurais).]
Miyako Dancing
1st-30th,April. Maiko-san(dancer)in Kyoto hold dance events.
(animal)
Colt
Filly
Foal
Pony
Calf
Fawn
Cat’s love
Kitten
Turtle chirp
Snake come out of a hole
Tadpoles
Frog
Japanese bush warbler
Pheasant
Skylark
Japanese bullfinch
Japanese bunting
Swallow
Departing crane
Departing geese
Departing duck
Song of birds
Twittering
Bird’s love
Pregnant swallow
Baby sparrow
Nest
Peacock
Peacock tail
Swallow’s nest
Sparrow’s nest
Crow’s nest…. etc
Fledgling
Leaving a nest
Tellina
Herring
Spanish mackerel
Snipe-fish
Sand lance
White bait
Trout
Roach
Pond smelt
Young
Baby crucian carp
Young (/Baby) sweet-fish
Toyama squid
Wreath shell
Clam
Short neck clam
Jack-knife clam


Tellina
Corbicula
Horn shell
Mud-snail
Hermit crab
Sea anemone
Sea urchin
Butterfly
Peacock Butterfly
Small Tortoiseshell Butterfly
Bee
Horse fly
Young(/Baby) fly
Silkworm
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(Plants)
Plum (Ume)
Red-plum (Koubai)
Camellia (Tsubaki)
First cherry blossoms (Hatsu zakura/Hatsu hana)
*Cherry blossoms which come out first of the year
Early flowering cherry-tree (Higan zakura)
Weeping cherry-tree (Shidare zakura)
Cherry blossoms (Sakura)
Blossoms (Hana)
blossom
Blossoms generally mean cherry blossoms in Japan.
Wild cherry (Yama zakura)
Falling cherry blossoms (Rakka)
Falling cherry pistils (Sakura shibe furu)
Buds/Sprout/Shoot (Ko no me/Hikobae)
Daisy
Peony buds (Botan no me)
Rose buds (Bara no me)
Magnolia (Mokuren/Kobushi)
Mitsumata (Mitsumata)
Daphne (Jinchoge)
Golden-ball tree (Rengyo)
Aronia (Kaido)
Lilac (Rairakku)
Prunus flowers (Yusura no hana)
Gold-leaf tree flowers (Aoki no hana)
Japanese andromeda flowers (Ashibi/Asebi no hana)
Azalea (Tsutsuji)
Hawthorn flowers (Sanzashi no hana)
Kodemari (Kodemari: a kind of rose)
Yukiyanagi (Yukiyanagi: a kind of spiraea)
Wisteria (Fuji)
Japanese globeflower (Yamabuki)
Summer orange (Natsu mikan)
Peach blossoms (Momo no hana)
Plum blossoms (Sumomo no hana)
Pear blossoms (Nashi no hana)
Apricot blossoms (Anzu no hana)
Apple blossoms (Ringo no hana)
Heath-rose blossoms (Boke no hana)
Pine candles (Waka matsu/Waka midori)
Willow buds (Yanagi no me)
Japanese paper buds (Sansho no me)
Maple-tree buds (Kaede no me)
Maple-tree blossoms (Kaede no hana)
Matrimony vine buds (Kuko no me)
Acanthopanax (Ukogi)
Willow (Yanagi)
Witch hazel (Mansaku)
Pine blossoms (Matsu no hana)
Japanese cedar blossoms (Sugi no hana)
Ginkgo blossoms (Icho no hana)
Birch-tree blossoms (Hari/Han no hana)
White birch blossoms (Shirakaba no hana)
Oak blossoms (Kashi no hana)
Pussy willow/Sallow (Nekoyanagi)
Blackberry blossoms (Kiichigo no hana)
Bengal quince blossoms (Karatachi no hana)
Box tree blossoms (Tsuge no hana)
Mulberry tree (Kuwa)
Star anise blossoms (Shikimi no hana)
Plane tree blossoms (Suzukake no hana)
Akebia blossoms (Akebi no hana)
Autumn of bamboo (Take no aki)
*In spring bamboo leaves turn yellow.
Spring bamboo shoot (Haru no takenoko)
Iris (Nejiayame)
Yellow narcissus (Kizuisen)
Daisy (Hinagiku)
Erigeron (Azumagiku)
Marigold (Kinsenka)
Forget-me-not (Wasurenagusa)
Cineraria (Saineria)
Anemone
Dandelion
Freesia (Furizia)
Tulip (Churippu)
Heliotrope (Heriotoropu)
Crocus (Kurokkasu)
Cyclamen (Shikuramen)
Hyacinth (Hiyashinsu)
Chrysanthmum Seedling(Kiku no nae/Kiku no me)
Ripe blossoms (Na no hana)
Daikon flowers (Daikon no hana)
Broad bean flowers (Mame no hana)
Sweet pea/Green peas(Endo no hana/Suitopi/Gurinpisu)
Spring onion flowers/Strawberry flowers (Negi no hana/Ichigo no hana)
Bibb lettuce/Lettuce (Chi sa/Retasu)
Spinach (Hourenso)
Japanese cabbage (Mizuna)
Marsh parsley (Mitsuba)
Spring daikon (Haru daikon)
Spikenard (Udo)
Leek (Nira)
Garlic (Ninniku)
Horseradish (Wasabi)
Green wheat (Aomugi)
Seed potatoes (Tane imo)
Spring grass (Haru no kusa)
Grass seedlings (Kusa no me)
Young grass (Waka kusa)
Violet
Violets

Pansy (Sumire/Panji)
Chinese milk vetch (Renge/Genge/Gegebana)
Clover (Kurohba/Umagoyashi)
Shepherd’s purse (Nazuna no hana)
Dandelion (Tanpopo)
Horsetail (Tukushi)
Water-horsetail (Sugina)
Chickweed (Hakobe)
Primrose (Sakurasou)
Hepatica, Liverwort (Yukiwarisou)
Giant knotweed (Itadori)
Thistle (Azami)
Fiddlehead ferns (Warabi)
Flowering ferns (Zenmai)
Parsley (Seri)
Buttercup (Kinpouge)
Early sprout of the butterbur (Fuki no tou)
Mugwort (Yomogi)
Wakame seaweed (Wakame)
Spindle-shape bladder-leaf (Hijiki)
Sea-lettuce (Aosa)
Dried laver (Nori)
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