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Heian Jingu shrine and cherry blossom in Kyoto

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Kigensai festival at Kamigamo Jijna shrine 2021 CANCELED due to COVID-19 上賀茂神社の紀元祭英語で説明

"Kigensai" is a ritual to cerebrate the foundation of Japan. On January 1, 2021 D.C., Japan has 2681 years of history. In the Japanese Imperial year, this year is "Koki 2681." This year, it is not open public due to COVID-19
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Setsubun 2021: Dinanogi at Heian Jigu shrine in Kyoto

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Moon viewing at Yasaka shrine september 2019

In this article, we can enjoy a Moon viewing in Yasaka shrine in Kyoto. Moon viewing is a festival/ritual to admire the full moon in September with music and dance performances.
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