Tradition, Tokyo

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    Traditional wedding

    by stonefree Written Feb 4, 2006

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    wedding parade

    Ehhh... Just wanted to share you the photo which I took.
    More tip? Maybe... There are so much to tell about it. I need to rehearse to myself before updating...

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    Wedding at Meji Shrine

    by Jim_Eliason Updated May 18, 2004

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    Meji wedding

    The weddings have at least the bride and the bridesmaids in traditional dress. Sometimes the groom and his attendants also.

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    Wood plates

    by Wind10 Updated Aug 9, 2003

    Making a wish is universal. Japanese god will still understand your wish even though you write in English, Spanish, German others languages.

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    Making a wish

    by Wind10 Written Aug 9, 2003
    Wish to pass exam

    When you visiting temple in Japan. You will find a lot of young students who are writing their wish-"To pass university entrance exam" on a wood plate.

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    Meiji Jingu Shrine Autumn Festival

    by shiran_d Written Apr 30, 2003

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    Shrine

    During the Meiji Era, people celebrated the birthday of Emperor Meiji (1852-1912) by designating it as the nation's Culture Day.

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