Does Japan have a festival every weekend? Unfortunately though they are all very colorful & interesting, they probably are all religious in nature. I would need to find out before I actually attended any of them, so as not to offend Jehovah God.
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Yamaguchi Tenjin Festival, Japan: photo by isado, via Flickr
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Credit: Franck Robichon/EPA Tokyo, Japan: A miko, or shrine maiden, walks as snow falls at Meiji Shrine.
In Shinto, a Miko is a shrine (jinja) maiden or a supplementary priestess, in modern Japanese culture to be an institutionalized role in daily shrine life, trained to perform tasks, ranging from sacred cleansing to performing the sacred Kagura dance.
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Winter weather around the world. Visuals could be used as writing prompts about weather arond the world. They could also be used to share similarities and differences.
would make a great painting subject - but then again just perfect as a photograph
decadence-jp: Maiko who makes up（化粧する舞妓）Ryōhei Koiso (小磯 良平 Koiso Ryōhei?) (July 1903 - December was a Japanese artist. He graduated from the Tokyo University of the Arts western art department in 1927 and had a successful career from.
Japanese holiday known as Coming of Age Day or Seijin no hi in Japanese. On this day, everyone turning 20 celebrates their entrance into adulthood by attending a special ceremony known as Seijinshiki. Apart from this being a big day i