March of the Samurai

After spending the morning at Chuzenji Lake and Kegon Falls, we were back in Nikko for the Shuki Taisai Grand Autumn Festival. They say the parade for the Spring Festival is slightly longer. What I know for sure is that this parade is a lot smaller than the Jidai Matsuri featured here many posts ago. It ended much too soon but it was still an incredible experience.

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