Japanese summer is the season that's full of festivals. All around Japan there are festivals of all shapes and sizes. However, the three main festivals are the Gion Festival in Kyoto, the Amatsukami Festival in Osaka and the Kanda Festival in Tokyo. The Gion and Amatsukami festivals are so big, they're basically the ones that kickoff all the other festivals of the summer.

One thing that's irreplaceable in a summer festival are the various food stalls. Seeing them all lined up with the scent of delectable food wafting through the air, along with shooting or ball games. You can also find some rather unique food at a Japanese festival. Yuko appears to be wearing a Yukata at a festival. A food-lover, her eyes dart wildly from stall to stall, and she can't decide what to eat. *Laughs*