This big drum follows "Neputa" (a big paper lantern). As you see, each 7 person play at front and back. 4 person sitting on the top are ladies full of vitality, shouuted very loudly. Light was very fantastic.
"Lullaby of Takeda", one of Beautiful Japanese Folk Songs, but in reality the lyrics of the song is including significant meanings, which is based on a sad forklore of a small girl, born at a very poor family in an isolated small village which is called "Takeda", located at current Fushimi-Ward, Kyoto Prefecture of Kansai Region.
Geisha (芸者?), geiko (芸子) or geigi (芸妓) are traditional, female Japanese entertainers whose skills include performing various Japanese arts such as classical music and dance-maiko are apprentice geisha @Michael Dussert Dussert Dussert Shoe by Sam Ryan
Japan's Ancient Music & Dance, Gagaku is the world's most ancient form of orchestral music. A uniquely Japanese art form, Gagaku is filled with infinite musical resonances from all across Eurasia. This deeply moving music transcends time and spaces.