numerology

Numerology information Setsu:

numerologyName Number: 3 Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism

songs

Songs about Setsu:

songsAnata ni deawanakereba ka setsu tou ka (Originally Performed by Aimer from "Natsu Yuki Rendez-vous") by PIANO FOGLIA from the Album PIANO FOGLIA Anime Songs Vol.1

songsSeki Setsu by Satomi Saeki And Alcvin Takegawa Ramos from the Album Japanese Traditional Koto And Shakuhachi Music

songsChido-Setsu by Joji Hirota Taiko Drummers from the Album Joji Hirota and the Taiko Drummers: Japanese Taiko

songsChido-Setsu by Joji Hirota Taiko Drummers from the Album Taiko

songsChido-Setsu by Joji Hirota Taiko Drummers from the Album Beginner's Guide to Taiko Drums

songsMidare Setsu Getsu Ka by Satoshi from the Album Eternal Japan

songsSeki Setsu by Musique Japonaise Ensemble from the Album Musique Japonaise - Musique Traditionnelle Japonaise. Musique Relaxation, Musique Calme avec Koto

books

Books about Setsu:

booksAsakura Setsu no suteji waku =: The scenic art of Setsu Asakura (PARCO view) (Japanese Edition) by Setsu Asakura (1981)

booksA Walk in Kumamoto (Life and Times of Setsu Koizumi - Lafcadio Hearn's Japanese) by Yoji Hasegawa (Dec 31, 1997)

booksSetsu Mode Seminar story - bad boys and girls (mode seminars) Seth school (1984) ISBN: 4880433195 [Japanese Import... by Miyake Kikuko (0100)

booksmeiji junen teichukoron yasegaman no setsu (fukuzawa yukichi chosaku shu) (Japanese Edition) by Fkuzawa Yukichi and Hirayama Yo (Jan 3, 2014)

booksKaishou shou setsu. by Higashino Keigo (1000)

booksSetsu, Getsu, Ka; Toshinobu Takeuchi Photographs: by Toshinobu Takeuchi (1994)

booksSETSU SUZUKI by VORPAL GALLERY (1111)

wiki

Wiki information Setsu:

Setsubun
Holiday

Setsubun is the day before the beginning of Spring in Japan. The name literally means "seasonal division", but usually the term refers to the Spring Setsubun, properly called Risshun celebrated yearly on February 3 as part of the Spring Festival. In...

Setsumatsusha

Sessha and massha, also called eda-miya are small or miniature shrines entrusted to the care of a larger shrine, generally due to some deep connection with the enshrined kami. The two terms used to have legally different meanings, but are today...