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Warabistan; Kurds in Warabi, Saitama

Warabistan; Kurds in Warabi, Saitama

About 1,000 of Kurdish refugees live around Warabi city, Saitama. This area is now called Warabistan. A Kurd describes a race which does not have its own...

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Christmas in Japan; eat fried chicken and spend time with lovers

Christmas in Japan; eat fried chicken and spend time with lovers

Most Japanese don’t believe in God deeply, but they have weddings in Christian churches and have funerals in Buddhist temples. They are not Christian, but they ...

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The Hanazono Shrine; a sacred and quiet spot surrounded by modern buildings

The Hanazono Shrine; a sacred and quiet spot surrounded by modern buildings

The Hanazono Jinja(shrine) is located in the heart of Shinjuku Kabukicho, sandwiched between modern buildings and the bar district Shinjuku Golden Gai. It is a ...

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Akabane Baka Matsuri (All Fool’s Festival)

Akabane Baka Matsuri (All Fool’s Festival)

In Akabane, a downtown area located in the north of Tokyo, a lively festival is held every April. The name of the festival is "Akabane Baka Matsuri(All Fool...

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Yoshiwara (5) – Festival in Yoshiwara “Oiran Dochu” (Courtesan Parade)

Yoshiwara (5) – Festival in Yoshiwara “Oiran Dochu” (Courtesan Parade)

Yoshiwara (吉原), located to the north of Asakusa, has about 300 years of history as a red light district. Its historical role was abolished by the anti prost...

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