seasons in daily life
Atsuku nattekita kara, natsu-rashii kāten ni torikaeyō.
It's getting hot, so let's replace the curtains with summer-like ones.
Japanese culture enjoys the four seasons very much. We sometimes change things in our daily life such as fabrics or dishes, according to the season. It is an example sentence for the auxiliary verb, "rashii (-like)". When we read this one sentence, we understand that it should be May and the weather feels like a summer's flutter. Many people enjoy taking the season in their life.
I have several cushions in the same shape at home, and each has four kinds of covers. The blue one feels cool, so it is for summer. The green one is for spring, The one in dark red is for autumn and the brown for winter. The ones for winter is boa.