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nnnnn seventy years after world war two japan honors those who died serving their country including fourteen class a war criminals nnnnn dispone or door you dance honors the spirits of ancestors on the grounds of the yasukuni shrine originally built to remember people who died in the civil war in the eighteen hundreds since then it's been built up to honor all japanese killed in action that does not sit well with asian neighbors like china and south korea , symbol of japan , aggressive militant , because many of their own to suffer , they consider it a slap in the face when japanese leaders visit the shrine or give offerings not good for international relations when china's naval agree , set tensions high , but some revelers put that all out of mine , originally a festivals on of the spirits of the war dead but i don't think about that i just come here to have fun , either way it's gotten very popular in the past few years now it gets so crowded they banned food stalls they've also banned alcohol all the festivals on after reports last year that some young people got a little too carried away