Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Onbashira: a unique festival of Japanese

Onbashira: a unique festival of Japanese
Onbashira: a unique festival of Japanese
Onbashira Is one of the unique festivals in Japan and is held every six years in Nagano, Japan. Onbashira, literally translated as "sacred pillar", is a Japanese tradition that symbolizes the renewal of Suwa Grand Shrine. Before the festival begins Onbashira, a total of 16 trees and 200 year old pine trees felled, the tree can reach 16 feet tall and weighs 12 tons. It took 3 days to move the sacred tree, because the distance is more than 10 kilometers to get to the temple.





Onbashira: a unique festival of Japanese

Onbashira: a unique festival of Japanese

Onbashira: a unique festival of Japanese

Onbashira: a unique festival of Japanese

Onbashira: a unique festival of Japanese

Onbashira: a unique festival of Japanese
Onbashira: a unique festival of Japanese
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