- Japanese: 七草 (nanagusa)
Nanagusa, or "seven grasses," are a group of seven herbs traditionally eaten on the seventh day of the New Year, as part of celebrations of spring. This Nanagusa no sekku ("Festival of Seven Grasses"), or Jinjitsu no sekku ("festival of person-day") was one of the gosekku, the classical Five Festivals of the year.
- Gallery label, Freer Gallery of Art, "Gosekku: The Five Ancient Festivals of the Imperial Court," Ikeda Koson, set of five hanging scrolls, c. 1830, F1999.5.1a-f.
- Plaques in Imperial Eastern Gardens, Tokyo.