Hi, I’m Kouta. This year at the end of July, I went
to the Fuji Rock
Festival in Niigata, Japan. The festival’s lineup is all non-Japanese
artists, so it is a great
to see world-famous bands live.
Altogether about 120,000 people
the three-day event.
It is held at a ski resort, but, of course, in summers it is just mountains.
My friends and I took a
. We enjoyed camping for three
nights. But inside the tent was
in the mornings.
Each day we
four or ve bands. Some were good, and
some were not so good. But we could
who we listened to because there were many stages.
Fuji Rock claims to be an environmentally friendly
because all the plastic bottles are
into plastic bags for the next year’s festival. Additionally, in
one area, old cooking oil is burned to create energy for the festival.
All great ideas, I think. But, of course, getting 120,000 people to a
a lot of pollution from CO2, so it is not all clean.
I have been three times now, and I am
to attending next year.