Japanese Summer Festival
“Omatsuri” means a ritual for worshipping Gods or Buddha, or an event held in
gratitude towards nature.
There are up to 300,000 festivals throughout Japan.
Festivals have many meanings. These include prayer for a bumper crop, or expression
of gratitude after crop harvest.
At the festivals, you can see lots of people wearing Japanese traditional clothes
Among various types of festivals, there is a festival called “Noryousai”, which is
held for people who want to escape summer heat and enjoy cool evening.