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Morning Matsuri  朝の祭り

Not the way I usually spend a Sunday morning. But today was fun.

My daughter and I joined other kids and parents in the neighbourhood in taking a short walk from a temple near our home to a shrine two kilometres away. 119 more words


JakJapan Matsuri Festival 2016

Kami selalu senang ketika ada event JakJapan Matsuri Festival. Dari tahun ke tahun pasti kami usahakan untuk mengunjungi, kecuali kalau ada keperluan yang lebih penting. 85 more words


Matsuyama 松山, part 3: Festival 祭 & final day

Continuation from part 1 and part 2 of Matsuyama trip.

At the end of the first day, we were lucky enough that there was a Lantern and danjiri (shrine/temple cart) festival scheduled during our visit, held in the park at the foot of the castle. 636 more words



The centerpiece of many Japanese festivals is the mikoshi, a traveling shrine which is meant to be carried from a main shrine into the surrounding neighborhood. 82 more words



Portable shrine festival in Yokohama Japan


Gods on Our Shoulders: Carrying the Mikoshi

July 23, 2017

It’s been a hot minute since I last wrote here. Speaking of hot, how’s that delightful Japanese summer working out for you, Erin? 2,283 more words

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