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Akutai Matsuri: The Cursing Festival
Some festivals around the world can get pretty crazy but that doesn’t mean dropping F-bombs and other words of profanity won’t get you into trouble. Does knowing this kill your happy?
Fret no more! Awesome Japan celebrates the annual Akutai Matsuri on Mt. Atago’s peak in Ibaraki. Also known as “The Cursing Festival”, it’s celebrated during the third Sunday of December, where anyone is free to cuss—in any language. We’re pretty sure anyone who’d like to release their pent up anger would find this festival cathartic!Norie Delgado 2 years ago
Kyoto’s unique Fire Ramen experience
It is said that Homo Sapiens and Neanderthals have had a decent grasp on controlling fire for hundreds of thousands of years, whilst some scientists go so far as to say we humans, or rather our ape like ancestor Homo Erectus, had mastered the flame up to a million years ago. Fire is in our DNA.David Allegretti 2 years ago
146-Year-Old Indonesian Man May Be Oldest Person to Have Ever Lived
In Indonesia, a man recently celebrated what he claimed to be his 146th birthday. If the record is legitimate, he could break the world record as the oldest person to have ever lived. The record is currently held by Jeanne Calmet, who was 122 when she died.Victor Calderon 3 years ago