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                                People try to catch lucky beans scattered by celebrities during “Mame-maki,” a bean throwing ceremony, at Zojoji Buddhist temple Monday, Feb. 3, 2020, in Tokyo.

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    People try to catch lucky beans scattered by celebrities during “Mame-maki,” a bean throwing ceremony, at Zojoji Buddhist temple Monday, Feb. 3, 2020, in Tokyo.

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                                <strong>Catch ’em if you </strong><strong>can</strong>: Celebrants tried to catch lucky beans scattered by celebrities during “Mame-maki,” a bean throwing ceremony, at Zojoji Buddhist temple in Tokyo earlier this month. The ritual, performed annually to mark the beginning of the spring in the lunar calendar, is believed to bring good luck and drive away evil.

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    Catch ’em if you can: Celebrants tried to catch lucky beans scattered by celebrities during “Mame-maki,” a bean throwing ceremony, at Zojoji Buddhist temple in Tokyo earlier this month. The ritual, performed annually to mark the beginning of the spring in the lunar calendar, is believed to bring good luck and drive away evil.

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