Japanese Festivals - Sanja Matsuri (Day 1)
On the first day, one thousand paraders assemble in the street before the Asakusa shrine. They wear traditional Japanese attire. Musicians, performers and dancers march to the pulsating music. People line the streets, cheering and applauding on the paraders. Everything is bright and lively.
Each day, there are open-air stalls. Buddhist religious items as well as tourist trinkets are for sale to the public. Food stalls satisfy the appetites of the hungry.
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