Matsuo Basho (1644-1694)
Parade Aizen Matsuri festival.
Displays the International Animation Festival.
Aoba Matsuri parade when.
Arashiyama bamboo grove
Credit: Antoine Legastelois
Fireworks Ashinoko Kosui Matsuri.
The dances of the "Awa Odori in Tokushima.
Entrance to the Temple Chion-in.
Slide Chupea Pool.
Fireworks Edogawa and Ichikawa are among the most spectacular of Japan.
Fireworks in Japan
With the Sumida Matsuri, rockets Bay compete for the title of most impressive fireworks Tokyo fire.
Parade at the Gion Matsuri.
Holders of kazariyama each have a well-defined in order to properly maneuver the tank a ton role.
View of the city of Hiroshima from Hijiyama-koen Park.
Children, adults, teen, 70% of visitors to Himeji Yukata Matsuri wear a yukata.
Credit: Corpse Reviver
Hozuki Market at Senso-ji
Taiko players before the torii of Kanazawa Station.
View from the top of the park monkeys.
The fireworks Kameoka (August 7), in the suburbs of Kyoto.
The banks of Kamogawa.
Credit: DR Guylène Le Mignot
Colorful parade for Kangensai festival.
Kawayuka terraces along the Kamogawa River.
Parade float at the Kishiwada Danjiri Matsuri.
Fireworks Kishiwada Minato Matsuri.
Many boats take surfing since Otsu Lake Biwa.
Matsuri, Japanese festivals
The twenty thousand lights that illuminate the Yasukuni Jinja in Tokyo to give their name Mitama Matsuri festival lanterns.
Fireworks (hanabi) near Itsukushima Shrine.
Magic...but Mount Fuji be climbed and admired at the same time.
On the banks of the Yodogawa, the crowd pressed to get the best seats.
Garden Nanzenin temple.
The "horse and "cow" offered to the souls of the dead in Japan on the occasion of the feast of the dead.
The lantern festival, a shady matsuri of obon.
Garden sanctuary Oyama Jinja.
Lanterns Motoyasugawa deposited on the river.
The yukata literally swimwear, was originally used in the hot springs.
The candles of Rôsoku matsuri.
Ryogoku Kokugikan on a sanctuary of sumo in Tokyo.
Sunflower is the emblem of the village of Kyogoku
With over 1400 years of history, this place of worship is not only one of the oldest in the city.
Every year on the last weekend of July, stands the gigantic fireworks celebration Sumida.
Ritual was suika wari with a watermelon.
Entrance to the residence Takada.
Taxis waiting at the station in Fukuoka (Kyushu).
Wishes hanging from a bamboo branch.
A parade of Tenjin Matsuri festival.
The beach of Odaiba (Tokyo), with stunning views of the Rainbow Bridge.
Doubutsuen ice cream animals... which would you choose?
Himeji Castle under the cherry trees.
Fireworks over Lake Biwa.
Poster of the 65th festival Takigi Noh in Kyoto.
Credit: Kyoto Takigino
A barge Yakatabune between the buildings of Tokyo Bay.
All toys on display at the Toy Museum in Tokyo can be tried out by young and old alike.
A creek on the island of Shikine-hima, south of Tokyo
The Otaue festival in Osaka, celebrates the planting of rice
Don't take all the advertising fans that you are offered, or you'll be forced to buy an extra suitcase!
The opening parade at Ueno Natsu Matsuri lasts on average two and half hours.
The aisles of camping Wild Magic.
Credit: Site Wild Magic
Young Japanese girls at a festival wearing yukata