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December Festivals in Japan
Each month in Japan, there are a variety of festivals being celebrated and the month of December, has its own share of Japanese festivals, such as the parade for the 47 Ronin, who committed Seppuku.
Hanami - Cherry Blossom Viewing
With the arrival of spring comes one of Japan’s most popular springtime activities: hanami, or cherry blossom viewing.
Japanese School Sports Festival
Japanese school sports festivals are awe-inspiring to watch. Learn some bite-sized info about them in this article!
List Of Festivals In Japan
Japanese Festivals are called Matsuri and they are celebrated at least once every month, here is a list of the popular Festivals in Japan.
Public Holidays In Japan
The Japanese are a fun loving people, they have a full calendar filled with special days to take time off work, to celebrate with family and friends, most of these National holidays, are specially dated to ensure a long weekend!
Setsubun - Bean Throwing Festival
In this article, learn about setsubun, the fun-laced Bean Throwing Festival held annually. Out with the devils, in with the good fortune!
Shichi-Go-San - Japanese Festival
Shichi-Go-San is the annual passage rite, for every Japanese child but did you know that, there are some special clothes to be worn for this festival, or that there are age specifications for Shichi-Go-San?
Springtime Festivals In Japan.
Are you interested in Japanese holidays? Well here are some springtime festivals in Japan.
Valentine’s day in Japan Japanese Culture Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Japanese Culture Site Map
Valentine’s day is a special day of love, in most countries women are excited and anticipate all the love and gifts to be lavished on them. In Japan, it’s the another ketle of fish. Yes the love and gifts will be lavished but its all on the men!
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