Japan has four seasons, and its people live in harmony with nature.
In spring, people sow the seeds of crops and in summer, they pray to be protected from natural disasters and plagues. Autumn is a season for giving thanks, and the harsh cold of winter toughens people's spirits. People's lives are rooted in the seasons, and their sentiments are distilled and expressed through festive events. That's why there's a drama to festivals. Folk's souls stir with the passion handed down through generations.
Many festivals are held in Aichi throughout the year. Because the climate varies across the regions, a variety of flowers bloom, and flower events are always a success drawing many admirers. Now, let's dive into Aichi. If you can feel the seasons changing, then you're getting closer to Aichi.