Japanese festivals Many Japanese festivals have their roots in Chinese festivals but most have undergone dramatic changes as they mixed with local customs. Some are so different that they do not even remotely resemble the original festival despite sharing the same name and date. There are also various local festivals (e.g. Tobata Gion) that are mostly unknown outside a given prefecture. It is commonly said that you will always find a festival somewhere in Japan. Unlike most people of East Asian descent, Japanese people generally do not celebrate Chinese New Year (it having been supplanted by the Western New Year's Day in the late 1800s); although Chinese residents in Japan still do. In Yokohama Chinatown, Japan's biggest Chinatown, tourists from all over Japan come to enjoy the festival. See: Japanese New Year. Nationwide Festivals Fixed days * Seijin Shiki : Coming of Age Day (second Monday of January) * Hinamatsuri : Doll Festival (3 March) * Hanami : Flower Viewing (late March to early April) * Tanabata : star festival (7 July) * Shichi-Go-San: festival day for children aged three, five and seven (15 November) * Omisoka : New Year's Eve (31 December) Multiple days * Setsubun : division of season (beginning of each season (spring, summer, autumn, winter)) * Ennichi : temple fair (holy days related to Kami and/or Buddha) Not fixed * Japanese Cultural Festival
Some holidays are New Year festival, the BON festival, Children''s day, and the Japanese tea ceremony. First of all, the Japanese tea Ceremony is a calm and peaceful ritual of severing green tea. But this is no ordinary cup of tea- the ceremony could last up to four long hours! There are strict rules about how the tea is prepared. During the ceremony, they severe a light meal (usually a French cuisine)! It's a beautiful tradition.
I think that they celebrate those things by having festivals or big celebrations or something like that..... so yeah.
Many festivals are celebrated in Japan. The Doll festival and New Year's are popular festivals that are celebrated in Japan.
some festivals are meant to be celebrated with lots of fun and gaiety..
some of them are the sambatra which is selebrated in July
Three commonly celebrated festivals in the Hindi Indian community are Holi, Vishnu, and the Tamil New Year. There are many other festivals in the religion that are celebrated among other Indian festivals that are not Hindu.
in summer wich festivals we celebrated
Oktoberfest, Karneval, Weihnachten.
there are 2500 festivals and ceremonies in japan
The major festivals celebrated are : * CHRISTMAS * EASTER * MOTHER MARY's BIRTHDAY Other festivals celebrated may be: * Assumption of our Lady * Saints day
In Zacatecas the celebrate the Day Of the Dead,
Buddhist festivals are not parties. They celebrate in spiritual manner
Some festivals which are celebrated in Hong Kong include the Chinese New Year, Spring Lantern Festival, and the Ching Ming festival.
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There are several traditional festivals that celebrated in Kenya. Some of the most famous festivals are the Mombasa carnival, International Camel Derby, and the Kenyan Safari Rally.
It is celebrated in Rome. It is obe of the Roman Festivals.
In Japan there are more than thousand of festivals. But most famous festival is ''Tanabata''. We wish about lot of things!
the most celebrated was the festival of athens
Some people throw a ghost party that's called " Bun Festival"