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Photo of Delicious Arts - Los Angeles, CA, United States. Ponyo Cake

Photo of Delicious Arts - Los Angeles, CA, United States. Ponyo Cake

In Japanese folklore, the rabbit (usagi) resides on the moon pounding rice for omchi (rice cake).

In Japanese folklore, the rabbit (usagi) resides on the moon pounding rice for omchi (rice cake).

Photo of Delicious Arts - Los Angeles, CA, United States. Ponyo cake from the side showing the boats on the waves and the waves that became fish. So cool!

Photo of Delicious Arts - Los Angeles, CA, United States. Ponyo cake from the side showing the boats on the waves and the waves that became fish. So cool!

Japanese fabric panel. The Japanese believe you see two Usagi (rabbit) in the moon pounding mochi (pounding rice), instead of a man in the moon.

Japanese fabric panel. The Japanese believe you see two Usagi (rabbit) in the moon pounding mochi (pounding rice), instead of a man in the moon.

Cranes in Asian art symbolized longevity. Traditional Japanese wedding kimonos often had a representation of cranes on the back to wish the couple a long life together.

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