Thursday, March 27, 2014

Camellia Festival (part 1) ;

Last Friday, my husband's band group attended "Camellia Festival" held in next city.
There were some activities & events we could enjoy at the festival,  so I'd like to make this festival's post as 3 series.  Part 1 is mainly about performances.

*Pictures exhibited in front of the entrance of the room 
            where Camellia trees were displayed.*


*Some varieties of the Camellia tree*


*My husband's band group and some other performances*






*mochi (rice cake) throwing for closing time*
blue sky during the festival

We had very strange weather day, rain at times and hail storms for some minutes 
but luckily the wind brought us back the sun.    

I'm linking this post for Thursday Favorite Things and Skywatch Friday.

19 comments:

  1. Hello Miyako,, looks like a fun festival. The Camellia trees are pretty, I love the pretty pink. You must be really proud of your husband being a musician. I am sure they put on a great show.. I am happy that the weather was nice for you and the festival. Have a happy day!

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  2. how nice that your husband's group performed. love the camellias!

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  3. Dearest Miyako san!
    Otosama wa daisukidesune Camellia Festival blue sky ga totemo kirai otenki deshita.
    I love so much in the Japanese country ha ha ha
    I feel so much understand you...
    Have a nice day!
    Michiko

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  4. Dearest Miyako,
    What a lovely event and so many highlights. Your husband's band, the lovely camellias and other performances.
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  5. Hi Miyako san, what a fun festival! For a second, I thought camera festival, and then realized it was camellia. Haha.
    The camellia flowers are very beautiful! And how great you get to see all the performances under blue sky. The picture of mochi flying is fantastic! Glad rain and hail didn't stay long :-)
    I look forward to part 2 and part 3!

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  6. A wonderful way to spend the day. The camellia trees are beautiful my friend. Thank you for sharing your lovely blog at the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop xo

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  7. Mixed in with the beauty of the blossoms you enjoyed the performances...I can only imagine how wonderful your day was!!

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  8. A fun post...makes me want to go outside! Thanks for sharing on the Thursday Blog Hop!

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  9. Hi Miyako! What a fun post for the day indeed!! It looks like a great day -- including lovely skies!! Thank you for sharing the fun!! Hope you have a lovely weekend!!
    Sylvia

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  10. Miyako ~ Beautiful sky shots for SWF and lovely post and photos and collages ~ xoxo

    artmusedog and carol

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  11. i love the festivals you share on this blog. camellia is beautiful. love it.

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  12. Wonderful shots and lovely flowers!

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  13. Beautiful camellias!! Ours is starting to flower now that weather is getting cooler. Must be fun watching your husband perform

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  14. Sounds like it was a fun event! Mine

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  15. The camellias are such beautiful colours!

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  16. What a neat festival and I am glad your husband's band was part of it. That makes it even more exciting.

    The camellias are just lovely -- and the skies you show look wonderfully blue and warm ... but it sounds like you had a typical early spring day ... changeable weather is part of that season!

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  17. °º♫♬° ·.
    É um post bonito, alegre e muito divertido.

    ░B░O░M

    ░D░O░M░I░N░G░O !!!
    ✿⊱°•
    Beijinhos.
    Brasil.
    。♪♫♫°•.¸

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  18. Dear Miyako
    Camellias were my mother's favorite flower, so i always think of her when I see one. I'm happy that the weather cleared up for the festival!

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  19. Beautiful Miyako
    I have always loved Camellias.
    They flower all over New Zealand from March starting with the Sasanquas, bringing colour to our cold winter days.

    Your husband's band looks like they had fun performing - their costumes look great - I love the hats!

    Only yesterday did I first hear about Mochi and I would like to try and make some - would you share your recipe?

    It's been nice to catch up with you again - I'm sorry it has been so long but I have been working full time.
    Hugs
    Shane

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