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Japanese university festivals are annual events held by most schools in Japan at which their students display their everyday achievements. Prospective students may come to see what the school and atmosphere are like. .However, most people who visit these cultural festivals come just for fun. Food is served, and often classrooms or gymnasiums are transformed into temporary restaurants or cafés. Dances, concerts and plays are usually performed by by various clubs such as the dance club, the orchestra club or the drama club..The "bunkasai" is intended to be a fun event, but it is also intended to enrich people's lives by increasing social interaction. Cultural festivals are frequently depicted in Japanese animation and manga, with an increasing number of students dressing up in costume play outfits.
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Japanese university festivals are annual events held by most schools in Japan at which their students display their everyday achievements. Prospective students may come to see what the school and atmosphere are like. .However, most people who visit these cultural festivals come just for fun. Food is served, and often classrooms or gymnasiums are transformed into temporary restaurants or cafés. Dances, concerts and plays are usually performed by  by various clubs such as the dance club, the orchestra club or the drama club..The "bunkasai" is intended to be a fun event, but it is also intended to enrich people's lives by increasing social interaction. Cultural festivals are frequently depicted in Japanese animation and manga, with an increasing number of students dressing up in costume play outfits.