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Nebuta Matsuri in Aomori City
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13 March,18 15:47

You must be very familiar with Tokyo and Osaka prefectures. Do you feel bored? I think you should want to travel to other prefectures, watching some amazing activities.

Aomori prefecture is a good choice. In summer, starting from 2-7 August, you have a chance to watch Nebuta Matsuri which is a kind of parades for Nebuta Matsuri (ねぶた祭) in Aomori City.  


Giant size Neputa lantern floats are pushed and pulled by parade teams, taiko drums, tradition musicians and dancers are aside. 

The Neputa Lantern floats are made of painted washi paper and shaped frames. A float can be up to 9-meter wide and 5-meter tall.  

You can sit on the ground to watch the parades for free of charge. You can also buy tickets through Ticket Pia and convenience stores. The parade teams encourage people to dance with them but you have to wear the traditional haneto dancing costume that can be bought at grocery stores. The cost of dancing costume is around 7000 yen.


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