Introducing the Japanese festivals held in February.
The most famous festival in February is Setsubun.
“Setsubun” means the day between two seasons. People throw beans to expel evil spirits and bring in good luck.
Also the bean-scattering ceremony by Toshiotoko and Toshionna (man and woman born under the same zodiac sign as the current year) is held in the shrine.
The winter annual event is carried out in the area where it snows, and Sapporo snow festival to be able to enjoy snowy art is particularly famous.
“Namahage” which is a god wearing demon mask and costume, is also famous festival in Akita prefecture in Japan.