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    Nationwide Festivals

    [edit] 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)

    Popular sightseeing spots in Japan

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    Cenotaph and Peace Museum in Hiroshima

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    The colossal Buddha at Tōdai-ji in Nara towers over the priest in the foreground.

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    The Fuji Five Lakes have wonderful views of Mount Fuji.

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    Hōryū-ji in Nara Prefecture

    Hiroshima Prefecture:

    Hiroshima Peace Memorial - The remains of the Hiroshima Prefectural Promotion Hall after the atomic bombing.

    Hiroshima Castle

    Hiroshima Municipal Stadium, home of the Carp

    Itsukushima Shrine, a World Heritage Site

    Hyogo Prefecture:

    Himeji Castle - One of the finest surviving 17th century Japanese castles.

    Kobe - Port, Chinatown, Western influence, cruise on Inland Sea

    Kyoto Prefecture:

    1600 Buddhist temples, 400 Shinto shrines

    Nijo Castle

    Kyoto Imperial Palace

    Various Japanese gardens

    Uji, including the Byōdō-in

    Amanohashidate, one of the Three Views of Japan

    Nara Prefecture:

    Tōdai-ji - The world's largest wooden building hosting the world's largest gilded bronze Buddha; part of UNESCO World Heritage Site

    Hōryū-ji - The world's oldest wooden building hosting 115 of the National Treasures and 1,955 of the important cultural properties; the 1st UNESCO World Heritage Site of Japan.

    Other Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines including Kasuga Shrine

    The remains of the Heijō Palace

    Traditional towns:

    Tsumago, Magome - Nakasendō is one of the roads from Old Tokyo (Edo) and Kyoto passes through the Nagano prefecture. Some of the post towns (shuku) along this road have been preserved and show the lifestyles of both the commoners and the high ranking officials.

    Gassho-zukuri are traditional style houses from the mountain region of Gifu prefecture. A visit to Shirakawago and Takayama are well worth the effort. In Takayama be sure to visit Hida No Sato, an outdoor museum that allows you to walk around the inside of the houses, visit the tea house for free tea and senbei, and enjoy walk around the village.

    Tochigi Prefecture:

    Nikkō - Nikkō Tōshō-gū, mausoleum and shrine to Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu; other nearby temples and shrines

    Miyagi Prefecture:

    Matsushima, one of the Three Views of Japan

    Mie Prefecture:

    Ise Grand Shrine

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