Inuyama matsuri, a festival held at the beginning of cherry blossom period, not far from Nagoya.
Japanese Sweets, dango
Japanese Sagemon! ( and this board is beautiful truly truly beautiful, if you like wind chimes or colored glass or whimsy )
Omamori - Omamori is a Japanese amulet commonly sold at religious sites and is dedicated to particular Shinto deities as well as Buddhist figures. It serves to provide various forms of luck and protection.
Japanese ladies in kimono with traditional umbrellas
Gion Matsuri (YoiyoiYama) Gion Matsuri (祇園祭), the festival of Yasaka Shrine, is the most famous festival in Japan. It takes place over the entire month of July. There are many different events, but the grand procession of floats (Yamaboko Junko) on July 17 is particularly spectacular.