It's a beautiful sight when the ripe ground cherries are reminiscent of red paper lanterns. During the first 10 days of July, “Hoozuki Ichi” is held in various regions by lining up the crimson ground cherries. The timbre of the wind chimes refreshingly reaching the plants became an important summer tradition in this city. Unbecoming of its cute appearance, its meaning is “lies” and “deception” in the language of flowers. While its sepals may seem quite large, there is inside only but one little red fruit. Check out the illustrations with ground cherry motifs we have today! Enjoy!