Temple Detail with Lanterns Kyoto Japan
Awa Odori (dance) at Mitaka Festival, Japan
Fox Festival- Kitsune Matsuri Okaya, Japan
Nebuta float - Nebuta are gigantic lanterns that are designed to look like characters from kabuki dramas, myths and history. There're many Nebuta matsuri Festival in Japan.
Gion Matsuri Festival, Kyoto, Japan
Festival Akita JAPAN
the detail of a float for Gion Matsuri Festival, Kyoto, Japan 祇園山車
Kurayami Festival, Fuchu, Japan
Matsuri festival in Japan.
Tsukimi or Otsukimi, literally moon-viewing, refers to Japanese festivals honoring the autumn moon. The celebration of the full moon typically takes place on the 15th day of the eighth month of the traditional Japanese lunisolar calendar.