1.685 out of 5 from 50 votes
Against a backdrop of the Japanese national anthem, patriotic images are shown, from Mt. Fuji to the sea of Japan, to the country itself and beyond.
Spring has arrived, and beautiful cherry blossoms line the trees. Under their branches dances a black cat and a variety of new friends, including lively people, and even another cat! Together, they dance the day away.
A delightful festival has begun! Chinese dragons, people and others dance over hills and under trees – they even dance together! From morning to night, everyone has a good time at the festival.
Mura Matsuri and Haru no Uta are two old shorts that revolve around a song-and-dance type of festival. Both are equally as boring and relatively throwaway, but definitely would be enjoyed by fans of the other.
In an open field, a group of creatures joyfully dance to a delightful song, steadily increasing in number.