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Each year in early February, after the Lunar New Year, there is a Japanese tradition to hurl beans at evil spirits to drive them away. It is a fun festival. Well actually, it all depends on what side of the bean you're on. Before you throw your next bean, please watch this touching piece. It may change your outlook on the so-called fun festival.
p.s. No monsters were actually hurt filming this.
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