Lễ hội Asakusa Samba Carnival

Lễ hội Asakusa Samba Carnival

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The Asakusa Samba Carnival, also call Japan Carnival is one of Tokyo’s more lively and popular summer festivals. It attracts 500,000 visitors each year.

The festival has been held at the end of August since 1981. The one exception was 2011 when the festival was canceled due to the impact of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake.
Asakusa Samba Matsuri

Japanese beautiful face
Samba is a surprisingly common hobby in Tokyo. Brazil is home to the largest Japanese community outside Japan. As a result, there are strong cultural ties between the two countries.

The parade features thousands of musicians and dancers in elaborate costumes. It’s led by the Queen of the Drums (Rainha de Bateria) who can be recognized by her ornate costume (and sash).

Brazilian Samba in Japan Matsuri

 Japan Matsuri

Japanese Samba

Japanese Dancer
The Asakusa Samba Carnival is a team dance competition with around 20 teams competing. Each dance team is led by their prospective candidates for next year’s Queen of the Drums. These group leaders bear flags and have the most lavish costumes of each team.

Japanese Girl in cloths

Red sexy Japanese girl


The parade is a short walk from Tawaramachi Station or Asakusa Station on Umamichi Street and Kaminarimon Street near Sensoji Temple.

Japanese Street in Festival

Asakusa samba karnaval

The beauty Japanese

Blue and White Japanese girl in Carnival

White angel Japanese

Samba in Japan


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