Festivals in Chubu

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  • Setsubun Bean - Throwing Festival

    Tokyo, Japan

    Setsubun is the day preceding risshun that is the first day of spring according to the old Japanese calendar, or the so-called lunar calendar. On…

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  • Yayoi Festival

    Futarasan Jinja Shrine, Nikko, Japan

    This festival signals the arrival of spring at Nikko, which has temples and shrines registered as World Heritage sites. The main attraction takes…

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  • Hamamatsu Festival

    Nakatajima, Hamamatsu, Japan

    More than 100 kites are flown in the sky over the Nakatajima Dunes, one of the three largest sand dunes in Japan, which overlooks the Enshunada…

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  • Kanda Matsuri

    Kanda Myojin Shrine, Tokyo, Japan

    One of the most famous festivals of Tokyo, Kanda Matsuri is also ranked among the three largest festivals of Japan. Protected by the Shogun during…

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  • Shunki Reitaisai Festival of Spring

    Nikko Toshogu Shrine, Nikko, Japan

    The highlight of this festival is the procession called Hyakumono-Zoroe Sennin Gyoretsu of some 1,000 men dressed as samurai warriors on the…

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  • Asakusa Sanja Matsuri

    Asakusa Shrine, Tokyo, Japan

    The Sanja Matsuri, a symbolic festival of Tokyo, is one of the largest festivals of mikoshi (portable shrines) held in Asakusa, which is a quarter…

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  • Sanno Matsuri

    Hie-jinja Shrine, Tokyo, Japan

    The Sanno Matsuri is famous as a festival permitted by the Shogun to enter the grounds of Edo Castle during the Edo Period (1603-1867), along with…

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  • Tanabata Star Festival

    Tokyo, Japan

    This is an annual celebration of the stars. According to a legend, the two stars, Vega and Altair, separated lovers, are allowed to meet each other…

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  • Tokyo International Watch Fair

    Tokyo, Japan

    Tokyo International Watch Fair is titled as one of the biggest event of Japan. It is the 4th international event which gives a view of hi-tech…

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  • O-Bon Lantern Festival

    Tokyo, Japan

    O-Bon is a Buddhist ceremony for welcoming back and appeasing the souls of our ancestors. The formal name of this festival is Ura-Bon. Depending on…

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