November 21st, 2007 by sabrina

Tatsuta-Hime (pronounced tat-SUE-tah HEE-may) is the Japanese Goddess of autumn, dyeing, and weaving. Every year, she dyes silk yarns into the fabulous colors of the season and weaves them into a beautiful tapestry. She then turns herself into the wind and blows the autumn colors away.

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