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Approximately 12 performers navigate the haribote, or paper mache White Snakes, an Iwakuni-oriented species and designated as a national treasure, through the parade during the 55th Annual Iwakuni Festival in downtown Iwakuni, Oct. 16. When the performers brought the beautifully decorated snakes close enough, parade spectators reached out their hands to touch them. The White Snakes attracted crowds during the parade.
111015-M-0000J-013.JPG Photo By: Lance Cpl. Vanessa Jimenez

Nov 6, 2013
MARINE CORPS AIR STATION IWAKUNI, Japan - Approximately 12 performers navigate the haribote, or paper mache White Snakes, an Iwakuni-oriented species and designated as a national treasure, through the parade during the 55th Annual Iwakuni Festival in downtown Iwakuni, Oct. 16. When the performers brought the beautifully decorated snakes close enough, parade spectators reached out their hands to touch them. The White Snakes attracted crowds during the parade.


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