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Red spider lily and Ohagi

The day when autumn begins "Shubun-no-hi" (Autumnal Equinox Day) is a national holiday in Japan that usually occurs on ...
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Hina-matsuri

Hina-matsuri: Girl's festival every March 3rd Hina-matsuri is the girl's festival or the Doll's festival held on March ...
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Mt. Fuji, “Fujiyama”

Mt. Fuji Talking about mountains in Japan, Mt. Fuji is the highest at 3,776 meters high. It is located more or less in ...
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Itsukushima Shrine

Shrine floated on the water: Itsukushima Shrine Itsukushima Shrine is the only shrine in the world built over water, cr...
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Traditional Event for Children: Shichi-Go-San

7-5-3, Shichi-Go-San Shichi-Go-San (7-5-3) is a traditional rite of passage and a festival day in Japan, held annually ...
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Camellia (椿: Tsubaki)

Spring flowers Camellia is an indigenous plant Of Japan. It is written as "椿", which is a combination of "木" (tree) and...
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Fireworks and Yukata

Fireworks: 花火 (Hanabi) Fireworks are a feature of summer in Japan. Skyrockets are like flowers in the night sky, closin...
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