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(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); If you want to join this festival, you would better take a rail way train to go there instead of walking there. Because it is at the Chichibu Shrine, which is a little bit far. It takes three minutes to walk after you get out off the train...

The Daimyo gyoretsu festival is held on the 3rd day of November in Hakone Yumoto onsen town. And during that time of the year you can hear people shouting...

Tamaseseri is a festive ritual of the New Year holidays, held every year at the Hakozaki Shrine on January 3rd, where shrine parishioners compete to...

‘Become the arrow. Become the target.’ Aspiring marksmen aim to achieve such self-control at the Toh-shiya, the annual archery contest at Sanjusangen-do...

Sanja Matsuri at Asakusa Shrine takes place on May 14, 15, and 16. The main features of this festival are mikoshi (portable shrines) parades, which is...

v An ancient story based on what has really happened in history processed in a festival event named Giahi-sai. This festival takes place at Sengakuji...

Tori no Ichi Fair is actually an open air market. But it is also an annual event in November on the day of the Tori (Rooster) in Chinese calendar. And...

Kamakura festival is Japanese festival which is held on the third Sunday of April at Tsurugaoka Hachimangu shrine, Yukinoshita, Kamakura City, and Kanagawa...

This is a festival of fireworks. On that day, thousands of people will be crowded at the square, and the sky will be brightly colored by the fireworks. The...

Reitaisai is a Touhou-specific convention in Japan that takes place in Ikebukuro every year during September 14th-16th at Yukinoshita, Kamakura City,...