This is not only one of Japan's, and the Edo period's, three biggest festivals, but is considered a true representative of Japan. It's filled with spectacles like the Shitamachi Procession of extravagant Three Royal Carriages, portable shrines, and shrine parishioners, or the Tsuke Matsuri, with impressive parades of massive Ogre Head and Catfish floats. Kanda Matsuri's biggest sight comes at the end, when shrine parishioners carry 200 portable shrines of all sizes into the Kanda Myoujin shrine grounds and the air fills with excitement.
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