Tsukimi お月見 - Tsukimi means "moon-gazing". It's a Japanese custom to enjoy and appreciate the beautiful mid-September full moon, by offering Dango (dumpling) with pampas grass to the moon.

Tsukimi お月見 - Tsukimi means "moon-gazing". It's a Japanese custom to enjoy and appreciate the beautiful mid-September full moon, by offering Dango (sweet dumpling) with pampas grass to the moon.

Hanami -- The traditional Japanese custom of enjoying the beauty of flowers.People make merry under the sakura (cherry blossoms) late into the evening. We'll have our own version of Hanami at #Hatsume14 - can't wait to share it with you all!

People drink at night and make merry under cherry trees (hanami party sakura cherry blossom, spring, japan) Asahi Shimbun photo

Koriyama.

My mother and step dad is currently in Japan and they took this photograph from Koriyama.

9 Japanese Customs You Need to Know Before Traveling to Japan - Japan Talk

A calendar of Japan's many festivals, events, public holidays and seasonal attractions.

Koriyama Castle, Nara

Koriyama Castle, Nara

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