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Mayuko Tanaka

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Transcript of Australia

Welcome To Our
Matsuri Museum!

The YATAI
What is Yukata and Happi?
What Do You Think Matsuri Is?
Conclusion
Thank You for Listening!!!
B
y
M
ayuko Tanaka

M
arika Kuroe

M
ika Takada

H
inako Miyai

R
iku Kobayashi
You can say that
Yatai
is the most fun part of
Matsuri
!
It's a traditional festival!!!
In Japan, festivals are usually sponsored by a local
shrine
or
temple
Sometimes, you can find booths selling food such as
takoyaki
What Is Yatai?
What Do You Imagine?
You might can also find games, such as
Goldfish
scooping
Yatai is a small, mobile food stall that is open from when it's getting dark at the Matsuri.

It widespread in Meiji period (1868 – 1912)
Happi
Various Kinds of Yatai
Yukata
Food
= Japanese Cultural Food
Yakisoba
Takoyaki
Okonomi Yaki
Rinngo Ame (Candy Apples)
Kakigori
and more!!
Games, Activities
Kingyo Sukui
Mato Ate
Yo-yo Tsuri
People wear at the summer festival.

In the past, people wore yukata at home after getting out of the bath.

Most yukata are made of cotton.

Now they are mainly a fixture of the summer streetscaping, where they are worn by people young and old, male and female alike.

Recent years, more colorful designs have emerged.


MIKOSHI??
What Is...
If you have a chance, please come to Japan,
and enjoy the MATSURI !!!
What Is MATSURI??
People carry Mikoshi so that gods can move between main shrine and temporary shrine during a festival or when moving to a new shrine.
Happi is a traditional Japanese clothes.

People who carry Mikoshi wear this during the Matsuri.
It is a vehicle for Japanese gods.
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