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Otsuki Tourism Association.
Feb. 22, 2024
A bag 👘 made of kimono obi It is a 💁 ♀️ tourist information center in front of Otsuki Station I received ✨ a confident work from Mr. Yamaguchi Textile It is 👜 a luxurious bag made of kimono obi The big ones are big enough to hold various things. You can use it like a tote bag. The inside of the bag also has a pattern and is ❗️ a stylish item You can actually pick it up and see it. Please come and 🎶 take a look at the store In addition, ground flour (equivalent to all-purpose flour) made from local farms, Phantom handmade natto "Fuji natto" made with water at the foot of Mt. Fuji, etc. We are 🎶 waiting for you with a lineup of good things in the big moon If you are going to Mt. Fuji, please 😁 stop by
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  • Yamanashi Prefecture
  • Gourmet
  • ootsuki station
  • Souvenir
  • Kimono
Sep. 20, 2023
The Oi Shrine Grand Festival is also called the "Obi Festival" and is a festival in which the god of Oi Shrine returns to the old shrine site (inn) once every three years. Today, for three days including the second Sunday in October, a gorgeous festival is held in the town of Shimada where dainu, daimyo processions, Kashima odori, street stall dances from 1st Avenue to 5th Avenue, and ground dances are held. Especially on the last day, all of them form a large procession together with the mikoshi procession, and they slowly parade for a whole day for a round trip of about 4 km from Oi Shrine to the inn. Due to the appearance and swing of the dainu at this time, as well as the unique form of Kashima Odori, the obi festival has come to be counted as one of the three strange festival in Japan. In addition, since the Edo period, first-class entertainers from Edo have been invited to choreographed dances in each town, Nagauta, and shamisen, and Nagauta in particular is also called "Nagauta Festival" because the iemoto of each school competed for throat.
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  • Oi Shrine (Shimada City)
  • Unique festival
  • Shizuoka Prefecture
  • Festival
  • Traditional entertainment
  • Traditional culture
  • Sightseeing
  • Instagrammable
  • Mikoshi/Dashi
  • Limited edition goshuin
  • ...and 7 others
Aug. 20, 2023
Located in Ugo Town, Akita Prefecture, Nishi Baonnai Bon Odori is a summer festival with a history and tradition of more than 700 years, which is counted as one of the three major Bon Odori dances in Japan along with the Gujo Odori of Gifu Prefecture and the Awa Odori of Tokushima Prefecture. The venue is Nishimaonnai Honmachi Street, which is the central village of Ugo Town, and it is a bon event held for 3 days from August 16th ~ 18th every year. It was mysterious and gorgeous to see dancers dressed in distinctive torioi hats (knitted hats), colorful and beautifully stitched kimonos and yukatas, dancing gracefully to the beating of taiko drums and songs. Especially this year, as it was the first regular event in four years, people from outside the town were able to participate in the dance, and many people from inside and outside the prefecture came to see it. Photos of the festival will continue after this, but I hope you can see it.
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  • Summer
  • Japan
  • Sightseeing
  • Travel
  • Tohoku region
  • Akita Prefecture
  • Ugo
  • Festival
  • Bon Festival
  • Obon
  • ...and 8 others
Apr. 26, 2023
Introducing the photos posted on "Everyone's Post"! This is a pickup post of the inbound tourism information SNS "Cool Japan Video". Today, I would like to introduce a post by "y.k." The harmony between the sacred atmosphere of the torii gate and the kimono is impressive. Inuyama Castle in Inuyama City, Aichi Prefecture, is a tourist attraction that is loved as a symbol of Inuyama City. It is the oldest wooden castle tower in the Japan built by Oda Nobuyasu and is designated as a national treasure. In spring, there are many highlights such as the Inuyama Festival and cherry blossoms. The Inuyama Festival is usually held on the first Saturday and Sunday of April. The sight of the 8-meter-high Yama parading around is a masterpiece. The traditional doll performances, flutes and drums are also one of the attractions. Around Inuyama Castle, which is built along the Kiso River, about 400 Yoshino cherry trees are planted, and it is also a popular cherry blossom viewing spot. In late March ~ early April, when the best time to see them is in full bloom, it is crowded with cherry blossom viewers. Sanko Inari Shrine, located at the foot of Inuyama Castle, is a shrine that is a hot topic on SNS for its benefits of matchmaking. The street that is the shortcut to Inuyama Castle is lined with red torii gates, and the scenery is a popular photo spot. In addition, love lotteries, amulets, and the pink heart ema hanging place at the end of the torii gate are also gaining popularity. Located south of Inuyama Castle, Showa Yokocho is a commercial facility that opened in April 2012 and offers a good old-fashioned atmosphere. There are 14 restaurants and game facilities (as of April 2023). There are dango shops, bakeries, skewer cutlets, etc., and it is recommended for eating while walking. ◆National Treasure Inuyama Castle◆ 【Address】〒84-0082 Aichi-ken, Inuyama-shi, Inuyama Kita Kokan 65-2 【Access】About 25 minutes from Nagoya Station by Meitetsu Rapid Limited Express 【Parking lot】Available (charged) For more information, please visit the official website.
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Apr. 11, 2021
I took portraits at Inuyama Castle in Inuyama City, Aichi Prefecture. We decided to collaborate with kimono at the torii gate of Harizuna Shrine! The red Japanese umbrella shines!
  • Inuyama Castle
  • Sightseeing
  • Travel
  • Torii
  • Kimono
  • Photography
  • Photo Contest
  • Photogenic
  • Inuyama
  • Aichi Prefecture
  • ...and 2 others

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