Tokyo 2.0 hour(s)
With a hundred portable shrines being carried through the streets, Sanja Matsuri Festival is one of the largest of such parades moving across Tokyo. Either praying for the good ...
Hiroshima 2.0 hour(s)
Saijo in Hiroshima is known to be one of Japan’s top sake brewing districts, and each year at the beginning of October the “Sake Festival” takes place. At the central park “Sak...
Fukui 1.5 hour(s)
Carried out in Fukui Prefecture from October through early November, the Takefu Chrysanthemum Doll Festival is a unique Japanese celebration that can’t be found anywhere else. T...
Fukui 1.0 hour(s)
Yokokan Garden is a traditional Japanese-style teien garden, its style representative of the mid-Edo period. In autumn, the trees lining the pond in the garden are illuminated, ...
Fukuoka 2.0 hour(s)
200 boats leave the Oshima Port for the “Miare Festival,” a 700 year old tradition in Fukuoka prefecture, Kyushu. This ritual occurs annually and invites the goddess of Oshima ...
Kyoto 0.5 hour(s)
Amanohashidate Machi Akari Light-up is an annual summer night light up event in Kyoto, held in the Monju area just south of the Amanohashidate sandbar. The area is already reno...