Reviewed on Oct 1st, 2015
For the afternoon, I booked for a tea ceremony and kimono-wearing activity with WAK japan through viator. I thought it would be nice to learn some of the culture in depth. It was nice to see how a whole civilisation was built on the concept of being peaceful with each other. The next day we attended a matsuri (festival) in Nagahama. The Nagahama-Hikiyama festival features children kabuki, and celebrates the children's mental growth. The children involved in the play and music were so adorable.