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JAPAN FESTIVAL'S AND YOU MUST KNOW FAMOUS FESTIVAL IN JAPAN

JAPAN FESTIVAL'S AND THINGS TO KNOW FAMOUS FESTIVAL IN JAPAN

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Japan's festivals are important to its culture and history. They are often based on religious or seasonal events and are a way to honour ancestors, gods, or historical figures. Festivals are also a way for people to get together and celebrate traditions that they all share.


LETS' KNOW 10 MOST FAMOUS FESTIVALS IN JAPAN 


1- JIDAI MATSURI

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(Held in Kyoto every October, this festival features a grand procession of people dressed in historical costumes representing different periods in Kyoto's history).


2- TANABATA MATSURI

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(Held throughout Japan on July 07th, this festival celebrates the meeting of two stars, Orihime and Hikoboshi, who are said to be separated by the Milky Way).


3-  KANAMARA MATSURI

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(Also known as the "Festival of the Steel Phallus", this festival is held in Kawasaki every April and celebrates fertility and reproductive health).


4-  AWA ODORI

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(This dance festival is held in Tokushima every August and is one of the largest traditional dance festivals in Japan, featuring thousands of dancers in colorful costumers).


5- TAKAYAMA MATSURI

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(Held in Takayama twice a year in April and October, this festival features elaborate floats, traditional music and dance performances, and street food stalls).


6- KANDA MATSURI

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(This festival is held in Tokyo every two years in mid-May and features a grand procession of portable shrines and traditional music performances).


7- SAPPORO SNOW FESTIVAL

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(Held every February in Sapporo, this festival features spectacular snow and ice sculptures created by artists from around the world).


8- NEBUTA MATSURI

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(This festival is held in Anomori every August and is known for its giant illuminated paper lantern floats, traditional music performances, fireworks, and food stalls).


9- TENJIN MATSURI

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(This festival is held Osaka every July and honors Sugawara no Michizane, a deity of learning and scholarship. It features a procession of boats on the Okawa River, a fireworks display, and a reenactment of Michizane's journey to Kyoto).


10- GION MATSURI 

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(Held in Kyoto every July, this month-long festival includes a grand parade of 32 ornate floats, traditional music performances, and various food and drink stalls)


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