To reach the shrines, the trunks are pulled with ropes and ridden down steep hills, through a river and across the streets, in the 1,200-year-old festival. MATSURi captures this exhilarating procession in which we see the trunks' trek to replace the sacred pillars at the four shrines and stand, in honor, for the following six years. MATSURi is a dedicated portal site that aims at showcasing Japanese Matsuri (festivals) to the world. We look for work that affirms National Geographic's belief in the power of science, exploration, and storytelling to change the world.The filmmakers created the content presented, and the opinions expressed are their own, not those of National Geographic Partners.The series was produced from Mount Fuji is a popular subject for Japanese art due to its cultural and religious significance.
A Twitter user named Jon Kay posted a video showing footage of what he alleged are the new Operator and map for Season 4 of Rainbow Six Siege.
The map shown in this video lines up with what's shown in the teaser above.
These contacts occurred with the opening of the Silk Road in the 2nd century BCE, following the travels of Zhang Qian between 138 and 126 BCE.
These contacts culminated with the official introduction of Buddhism in China in 67 CE.
Every six years the Suwa area in central Nagano celebrates the Onbashira Festival.