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Mount WakakusayamaMount Wakakusayama
  Mount Wakakusayama  is 342 m above s a level, and  is also called Mt. Mikasa (mi meaning three) because of th way three mountains piled up from Mount Wakakusayama.
This mountain is famous for its Grass Burning Ceremony in the winter. The ceremony lights up the mountain in flames to celebrate the New Year of the ancient capital Nara. After shooting off fireworks as a signal, fire is lit on the 33 hectare wide grassy plain. The mountain looks as if it floats in bright red, in contrast to the dark, winter night sky.


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