Updated: August 28, 2016
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Many famous festivals are held in Japan to honor historical people. And Sanja Festival is one of them.
Sanja Festival is one of the religious festivals in Japan. It is dedicated to the Kami spirits of the three men Hinokuma Hamanari, Hinokuma Takenari, and Hajino Nakatomo, who established and founded Senso-ji and it is held to honor them.
Sanja Festival is held on the third weekend of every May at Asakusa Shrine. It is also considered as one of the three great Shinto Festivals in Tokyo, Japan. The festival characterizes an ancient dance known as binzasara no mai and shows the visitors a glance into how the townspeople of Edo (Tokyo) celebrated events in the past. The festival attracts more than 1.5 to 2 million locals and tourists every year.
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