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The first day of Nada no Kenka is one of preparation. Watching the blessing ceremony for the floats and the after event are very rewarding experiences.
The history of the Russian nesting doll named "Matryoshka" started in Japan.
The kokeshi doll is one of Japan's most beloved traditional crafts, and at this museum you can find out more about their history, how they are made, and why the craft behind the doll deserves to be preserved.
The photos of traditional and typical ornaments that can be seen all over Japan.
Yajiro Kokeshi Mura is an interesting place where one can watch the process of making a Kokeshi doll and also learn about its history and purchase the dolls by local artists.
This is a six-minute film of a koto performance by Fusako Watanabe.