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Sensu is a Japanese folding fan. It shakes by hand to raise the wind and regain coolness. A typical Sensu folds several to several dozen bamboos and trees, fixes it, and stretches paper. When not in use you can collapse it and spread it when you use it. Because it is easy to carry, it is common in Japan in the summer. In the years 700 to 800 years old literature remained, and it was also used as a manor tool to conceal teeth when laughing.
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