In early summer (roughly the beginning of June until mid-July), most parts of Japan get visited by a rainy season, 梅雨(tsuyu). Written with the kanji 梅 (ume) and 雨 (ame), respectively plum and rain, literally means the “plum rain” as this season coincides with the plum ripening period.
This season remains me ............
"Teru teru bōzu"(照る照る坊主).
It is a traditional Japanese doll made of tissue paper or cloth hung in front of the window to prevent rain. Teru (照る) means “shine” as in sunshine, while bōzu (坊主) refers to a Buddhist priest or bonze.
¡Vamos hacer uno y veamos si sirve!(let's try to make one and see if it works!)
Hang it in the window overnight to ward off rain for the next day.
Mi querida amiga Emi, gracias por la sugerencia del tema. Con todo cariño te dedico esta publicación y espero que te guste. ¡Te adoro y te extraño!