Japanese coins. The 1-yen coins at the top are made of aluminum and look and feel like play money, but they are important at the supermarket. The 5-yen coins have a hole in them but no Roman number on them. The 10-yen coins resemble British 1-pence coins in color and size.
Japanese traditional folk house
Drawers for Omikuji (paper fortune) at Tanjo-ji Temple, Chiba, Japan
Carp streamer, Koinobori 鯉のぼり for Children’s Day on May 5 - Landscapes across Japan are decorated with koinobori from April to early May, in honor of sons and in the hope that they will grow up healthy and strong.