Summer Festival in Japan

O-Bon
Is a Buddhist religious event where every family in Japan to prepare everything to welcome the spirits of the ancestors who lived for some time in their homes. A number of fire lighting installed around the house is a welcome speech. During the period of O-bon, the family put the offerings of fruits, etc., on the table offerings. In some areas as well, do bulk O-bon dances to the accompaniment of traditional musical instruments such as the number of taiko drums, sruling, etc. with a dynamic rhythm. In closing celebration, do pelarungan lanterns colorful little in the nearby river in a gang.

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Tsukimi
Is enjoying the beauty of the full moon party in the summer around mid-August. In the window which saw the full moon, laid special offerings. It is actually a form of nature worship by the farming community to obtain an abundant harvest.

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Tenjin Matsuri (July 24 to 25) in Osaka
Is one of the great and famous festivals in Japan, starting around 1000. Thousands of people berarakan carry small temples o-mikoshi from the shrine Temmangu to Tenjin Bridge, then ride the boats and then performed ornamental fireworks.

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