The Yeongdeungpo Yeouido Spring Flower Festival is a festival in Seoul, taking place every April. It is the most famous cherry blossom street in Seoul. Visitors can take a stroll along the Hangang River through a tunnel of these majestic trees. There are also cultural street performances, a flower decoration exhibit, and a photo exhibit taking place throughout the festival period.
The Aoi Matsuri (葵祭) is one of Kyoto’s three most famous festivals (along with the Gion Matsuri and Jidai Matsuri) and takes place every May 15. The festival’s main attraction is a large parade in Kyoto, in which over 500 people dressed in the aristocratic style of the Heian Period (794-1185) walk from the Imperial Palace to the Kamo Shrines.
According to the traditional Chinese lunar calendar, Chinese Spring Festival, also known as Chinese New Year, begins with the New Moon and ends on the Full Moon, which is from the first day to the 15th day of the first month in a new year. The last day (the 15th day of the first lunar month) of the New Year is known as the Lantern Festival.
France has a unique tradition to celebrate the arrival of spring. The Bear Festival (Fêtes de l’Ours) is a celebration that held as a symbol of the end of a long hibernation and descent of mammals from the Pyrenees mountains.