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What is Japanese Festival, Matsuri?

Throughout a year, there are several festivals are held in Japan. In this article, we introduce the history, origin and purpose of festivals in Japan!
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10 Best Fireworks Festivals in Japan in Summer

In summer there you can see stunning firework displays almost every weekend in Japan. Here we have listed the best and most famou ones for you!
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How to Celebrate Children’s Day in Japan?

On May 5th, it's Children's Day in Japan. Unlike the Children's Day in the world, it is deeply connected to Shinto and traditional custom wishing for a good health and happiness for children. In this article, we introduce how to celebrate Children's Day in Japan!
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The Three Great Festivals Of Japan

Japan held a ton of festivals each year. Here’s a quick rundown of the three major festivals of Japan and how you can enjoy them.
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Celebrating Chinese New Year in Japan

In most Asian countries, people celebrate Chinese New Year, and Japan in no exception. Read all about the festivities in Japan in this blog.
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How to spend Valentine’s Day in Japan

Valentine's Day in Japan is a popular event, celebrated in a unique way. In this article we will explain the Japanese customs and tradition on February 14th!
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What is Setsubun?: Traditional Event in February

Setsubun is one of the traditional events in Japan in February. In this article, we will explain about the history of Setsubun and things to do on that day!
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The Old Japanese Names for the Months: Meanings and Origins

Today we use the number for the name of the month, but it used to be different in Japan. The old Japanese names for the months have a deeper meaning, related to nature & rituals. In this blog we will explain all about the meaning of the old name for months!
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Seven Lucky Gods Pilgrimage: New Year’s Tradition in Japan

Seven Lucky Gods are an eclectic group of deities from Japan, India, and China which originated from Shinto, Buddhism and Hinduism. Seven Lucky Gods Pilgrimage aka Shichifukujin Meguri in Japanese is a New Year tradition in Japan. Visit temples to collect seven stamps and it is said to bring in good fortune and blessing throughout the year.
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Japanese ‘Kamakura’ Snow Hut Festivals

Are you looking for some winter adventures in Japan other than the active snowsports like skiing and snowboarding? How ...
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