Four seasons of Osaka Part 3 (Autumn) ・・・Blog of hotel in Uehommachi

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Four seasons of Osaka Part 3 (Autumn) ・・・Blog of hotel in Uehommachi

Posted:2018/02/11

Four seasons of Osaka Part 3 (Autumn) ・・・Blog of hotel in Uehommachi

 

Greeting from Hotel International House, Osaka. This is front desk staff Cooper here.

 

 Today I would like to introduce the third part of the four seasons of Osaka.

 

 

 

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Autumn is the season of colors in Japan. This is the time when the gingko trees on Midosuji Avenue change their colors into yellow and the Maple trees shine in bright shades of orange and red. Various events like the Mido-Suji parade is held during this time of the year for the tourists and locals to enjoy.

 

 

Osaka Danjiri Matsuri

 

 

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Danjiri Matsuri is not only a festival but a fierce competition as well. This is an event that is hailed to be the greatest “float festival” in Japan. Atop these Danjiri matsuris is a carpenter that dance on the beat of the drums and the crowd while their supporters pull the floats along the town in a display of strength, unity and discipline. The origin of this festival is done to appeal to the gods for a bountiful harvest.

 

Hope you have a good day, and don’t forget to follow us next time I will introduce about the third part of four seasons of Osaka (Winter)  

 

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Hotel International House, Osaka is very convenient for business and traveling.

 

Please stay in the Hotel International House, Osaka when you visit to Osaka.

  

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Hotel International House, Osaka Front Desk Cooper

 

Uehommachi 8-2-6, Tennoji-Ku, Osaka City, Japan. 543-0001

 

TEL: 06-6773-8181

 

MAIL : front@ihho.jp

 

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