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High Spirits, Positive Vibes and Freedom: That’s Yosakoi Dance!

Yosakoi is a unique festival dance that originated in Kochi prefecture in Shikoku. Today, it is performed all over the world - Here's the introduction to Yosakoi and an opportunity to enjoy it at home!
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Traditional Japanese Summer Events: What is Tanabata?

July 7th is Tanabata, an annual event celebrated in Japan. Here we explain its history, sad story of two lovers, customs and the famous tanabata festivals!
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Gozan Okuribi: Summer Traditions in Kyoto

One of the famous summer traditions in Kyoto, here we explain what is Gozan Okuribi, how to enjoy and the best viewing spots.
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Traditional Japanese Events: What is Obon Week?

Obon week in mid August is a annual holiday where people remember their deceased ancestors. It is also one of Japan's three major holiday seasons. Here we explain everything you need to know about Obon week!
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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 Summer Fireworks Festivals in Japan in 2021

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

On May 5th, it's Children's Day in Japan. It is deeply connected to Shinto and traditional custom wishing for a good health and happiness for children.
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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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