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Flock of sheep participate in month-long ceremony to mark Japan's new imperial era

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Flock of sheep participate in month-long ceremony to mark Japan's new imperial era

Flock of sheep participate in month-long ceremony to mark Japan's new imperial era

The sheep formed the Chinese character of the word Reiwa, which means "beautiful harmony", and is the name of the new imperial era of Japan.

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