Since we already talked about the first events of Winter on a previous post, this one will be unexpectedly short.
I hope that you will enjoy it anyway!
Let's start for the closing event of the Nobunaga-ko Gallery, the main attraction of the celebrations, dedicated to the figure of Nobunaga and the city of Gifu, with a soft spot for the Nobunaga residence, brought to life with CG and 3D technologies.
The closing event was celebrated by the staff of the gallery, and it featured the performaces of PR ensemble Nobu-sama, Yukko and Gifu Omotenashi Shuudan Kyouen-tai.
Next, on December 22 the traditional Koyomi no Yobune, where boats decorated with lanterns cross the Nagarekawa river to suggest the floating of months.
I found all these pictures on the blog of Yukko, which was a precious source of informations.
The event was concluded by fireworks and the special "from 450 to 500" installation. LOL, I'll make sure to live long enough to see that, too (but don't expect another blog report marathon, eheh)!
And this pretty much concluded our seasonal tour of Gifu's celebration!