Aizen Matsuri 愛染祭

  • Published on : 09/01/2015
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Aizen Matsuri

Parade Aizen Matsuri festival.

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Japanese fete

Summer is synonymous with festivities in the country of the rising sun. At the beginning of the hot weather, the Japanese go out dressed in yukata (light cotton kimono) and take part in big events.


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