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Kamon 家紋 - Japanese emblems used to decorate and identify an individual or family. Similar to the coats of arms in Europe.

Kamon 家紋 - Japanese emblems used to decorate and identify an individual or family. Similar to the coats of arms in Europe. Maybe to use as symbols on their sleeves?

祇園祭(Gion Festival) 花傘巡行 KYOTO,JAPAN

Japan - Women wearing matching kimono holding blue bangasa traditional umbrellas in the Hanagasa Gyoretsu parade during summer in Kyoto

Japanese traditional Noh theater http://www.pinterest.com/hidehikomurao/japanese-art/

Japanese traditional Noh theater http://www.pinterest.com/hidehikomurao/japanese-art/

Japanese Hanten collection - Hanten was originally a traditional short coat, now worn as a Matsuri (festival) outfit in Japan.

Japanese Hanten Coats - Hanten was originally a Traditional Everyday Short Coat, now Worn as a Matsuri (Festival) Outfit in Japan.

2012/08/14 Photo Diary: Japanese traditional festival  これから出陣か、道をさっそうと歩く若者衆。祭りのユニフォームである「法被」を着ると、洋服を着ているよりも、しまった感じになり、日本人らしさが出てきて、常態化してもいいのではないとか思うが、オフィス等では、むしろ浮いてしまうか。  "Happi" is the uniform of the Japanese traditional festival.  / Photo / NIKON D3100 / Festival / Tokyo (F/6.3, ISO800, 1/160s, 0.00ev)

2012/08/14 Photo Diary: Japanese traditional festival これから出陣か、道をさっそうと歩く若者衆。祭りのユニフォームである「法被」を着ると、洋服を着ているよりも、しまった感じになり、日本人らしさが出てきて、常態化してもいいのではないとか思うが、オフィス等では、むしろ浮いてしまうか。 "Happi" is the uniform of the Japanese traditional festival. / Photo / NIKON D3100 / Festival / Tokyo (F/6.3, ISO800, 1/160s, 0.00ev)

A mounted archer wearing a Samurai warrior costume aims at a target during an annual “Yabusame,” or horseback archery festival, in Zushi, southwest of Tokyo, Japan,

美しすぎる日本の伝統儀式「流鏑馬 (やぶさめ)」陰陽道で宇宙と呼応する画像 26選

A mounted archer wearing a Samurai warrior costume aims at a target during an annual “Yabusame,” or horseback archery festival, in Zushi, southwest of Tokyo, Japan

東京高円寺ひょっとこ連@LaQua「阿南の日」 Project Awa Odori Paris, Summer 2014 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Awa_Dance_Festival

Japanese Awa odori dancers at the month long Gion Matsuri (Festival). The festival takes place annually in Kyoto and is one of the most famous festivals in Japan.

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