(七月) Fumizuki July
Summer has come!

Shichi-Gatsu (七月) Fumizuki is the traditional name of the month of July in the Japanese calendar. When you translate Fuzuki (or Fumizuki ) - (文月) - The first kanji by itself means "sentence" nowadays, but it traditionally refers to a literary composition. July being smack dab in the middle of summer and this month bears this name because it was the season for poetry readings, an important event in the classical age, so (文月) may refer to "Month of Erudition".
But it is July, the month of harvest. The ears of corn bend under their weight. To the eye, the sensitive evidence that all poetic romanticism has nothing to do with July.

Is the month of rice, wheat and barley in the eight anyway...

 紅白
紅白
Udagawa Hosei
Udagawa Hosei
SEIGAN YAMANE
SEIGAN YAMANE
Deishi Shibuya ★HERITAGE★
Deishi Shibuya ★HERITAGE★
Seigan
Seigan

Kawasaki Daishi Heikenji Temple Omamori

The omamori are Japanese amulets dedicated both to particular Shinto deities and to Buddhist icons. The Japanese word mamori means protection, while the honorific prefix o- gives the word a moving meaning towards the outside, thus going to mean "Your protection".

Traffic safety guard (omamori bag)  Kanji character of "traffic safety" 交通安全御守
Traffic safety guard (omamori bag) Kanji character of "traffic safety" 交通安全御守