The Samba Carnival
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The Samba Carnival

by Hitomi Kaku
(Musashino)

The Samba Carnival

The Samba Carnival

My impression of Brazil is the Samba Carnival.

Lots of women are dancing with fun music. They wear costumes like bathing suits and big shoulder plumes. To my surprise, they dance with high heel shoes!

Women became more beautiful than usual. I think their bodily shapes are different from Japanese women’s ones. So they matched those costumes. And they walk with floats. It looks like a “dashi” which appears in the “Gion Festival.”

That carnival is so exciting! I think this carnival is similar to Disneyland’s parade. I want to see the carnival if I could go to Brazil!

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