Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Festival at next-city

Early this month, the band group my husband involves attended the city festival. You can see the little kids played Japanese Taiko. They were so cute♡♡♡  And there was a kind of show selling bananas with funny or delightful sales pitch. 


























































And inside of the hall,  we could enjoy many handcraft groups' works.  I'm  just showing a few of them. I'm amazed with the bride dolls "Hanayome dolls花嫁人形. And special beautiful "hagoita racket" designed as the 12 Oriental Zodiac Signs.














































                                                                     




















I'm linking this post for 'Our world Tuesday'
I had this post drafted before(^^;)
Thank you very much for stopping by and I hope your week is a bright one♬♬♬


17 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

interesting zodiac crafts. really cute child performers! :)

Shelly said...

How I would have loved to attend this with you, my dear friend! It looks like it was such fun and very entertaining. The pictures are lovely, as always, too. I hope your week is wonderful! Hugs from Texas!

Michiko Johnson said...

Miyako sama!
Furusatomaturi Taiko .
Hanayome dolls ga totemo utukushi desu.
Hugs from Australia Melbourne!
Michiko

Claudia Moser said...

The children looked so cute plus they seemed to have fun! Nice post

eileeninmd said...

Hello Miyako, the children look so cute performing. And I love the dolls, they are so pretty. Lovely images, have a happy day!

eileeninmd said...

Hello Miyako, the children look so cute performing. And I love the dolls, they are so pretty. Lovely images, have a happy day!

✿ chica said...

Lindo esse festival, colorido, bonito! beijos,ótimo dia! chica

Gary said...

Interesting post!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Amy said...

What beautiful dolls and colorful things to see. Those children are just adorable.I can see why you would enjoy such beauty.
Tomorrow according to our calender is the first day of Spring. It's snowing here and quite cold,I'll keep hoping.
Love & Hugs

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Looks like a fun festival! The children are so cute performing.
Hugs, Barb

ladyfi said...

What lovely shots of the festival.

maddyrose said...

It appears there were all sorts of interesting things to see at this festival, a little something for everyone. The children look so cute and so serious about what they are doing. I am sure they are having a good time performing. Thank you for sharing this with us. Much love from your bs

Barbara F. said...

What a fun spring festival, Miyako. I love those bride dolls, so lovely. Glad you enjoyed it. xo

islandwonder said...

Such cute kids. What a fun day.

Miss Simmonds Says said...

Dear Miyako

I really enjoy all your posts about Japanese traditions and life, this festival looks really wonderful. I love the rackets!
Clare xx

Draffin Bears said...

Dear Miyako,

How adorable the little children are performing and this looks like a great Festival.
Always lovely to see a little of your Traditions and love the bride dolls and the Zodiac signs.
Hope you are having a happy week

hugs
Carolyn

Tamago said...

Wow that looks like very fun festival! Banana tatakiuri! That reminds me of festival I went when I was a kid - I always loved chocolate covered bananas. I didn't see tatakiuri, though :-)
These hanayome ningyo are amazing! I really admire these detail oriented crafts. So beautiful!
I hope you are having wonderful week, Miyako san!