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This procession is held every year on November 23, “Labor Thanksgiving Day” to commemorate the start of the Tsumagojuku preservation project in 1968.
About 130 local residents will recreate the customs of the post station during the cultural and cultural era, dressed as samurai, ronin, bird chasing women, kago shavings, hikyaku, and komuso.
In the procession, the bride, the matchmaker, and the long-lasting party on the Kiso horse stand out with the children on the mountain basket, along with the long-lasting song that is sung as “Kyo ha na, Hi ga yo te yo, yare yare”. It is popular.