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Japanese customs and traditions - Moon-viewing festival - via A Japan Photo per Day -

Umeda Sky Building, Osaka

Today in Japan takes place Tsukimi, the Moon-viewing festival. According to the Japanese tradition, this is the best moment to admire the moon, because during this period of the year the full moon is brighter and prettier than usual.

To admire the full moon in Japan, you can visit a shrine or a temple or, why not, you can enjoy the view next to a spectacular skyscraper, like I did near the Umeda Sky Building from Osaka, which I think is the most beautiful skyscraper from Japan.

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