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English: Chindon'ya (チンドン屋), also called Japanese marching band, and in the old times also called tōzaiya (東西屋) or hiromeya (広目屋 or 披露目屋) are a type of elaborately costumed street musicians in Japan that advertise for shops and other establishments.
日本語: チンドン屋についてのカテゴリ。披露目屋・広目屋(ひろめや)、東西屋(とうざいや)とも。
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