Each Japanese holiday has its own legend. So the night of admiring the moon known as Tsukimi Matsuri is no exception.
It all began when Kyoto currently bloomed with the ancient beauty, and the forests at the foot of the mountain Fuji were still full of spirits and gods.
That was one of the most beautiful stories about courage, immortality and love between the warrior Getsu Oomori and the white fox Kino Kitsune, which was born under the full moon on the fifteenth night of Tsukimidzuki month in the blue forest Aokigahara.
And the foxes are the only ones who know what really happened.
“Taiko rhythms will transfer you into the thicket of an impassable forest, where adorable Kitsune foxes will meet you in the deep blue darkness. Enchanting flute melodies and powerful drum beats will reveal the legend of Tsukimi Matsuri night. And full moon will shed light on all secrets of The Sea of Blue Forest.”