There is a Japanese dance, in which you can easily join. It’s Bon Odori. It’s a bummer. Wikipedia doesn’t have an explanation of Bon Odori in English yet.
Here’s a video. Watching talks much more than reading.
When I was a child, many neighbors circled and danced around this temporary building. Old people taught me how to dance.
But, these days, that tradition is going extinct.
Look at this picture.
Few old people only dance. I have no right to blame. I’m also the one among those who don’t dance.
Anyway, here is a local original Bon Ondori named Sagamihara Ondo. It reminds me of my childhood.
« Sagaaami harahara hararito saisai. »