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Japan's Obon festival: how family commemoration and ancestral worship shapes daily life

By Kyoko Murakami, Honorary Research Fellow in Social Psychology, University of Bath
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Each summer, during the obon festival, apanese people clean altars and family graves to welcome back their ancestors. These contemporary traditions are rooted in ancient rituals.The Conversation

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