The Oji New Year Fox Parade, Tokyo.

A participant wearing a fox mask takes part in the Oji Fox Parade to mark the new year on 1 January, 2019, in Tokyo, Japan.
The Oji Fox Parade was established in 1993 as a modern-day, living re-creation of an artwork that depicts the legend of how foxes from all over the Kanto region would gather beneath a large tree on New Year’s Eve in the area where Tokyo now stands.
They would don costumes and parade to the Oji Inari Shrine to mark the arrival of the new year.
Image Credit: Photograph by Carl Court / Getty
Source: New Year’s Eve Photos: Welcoming 2019 – The Atlantic

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