Akita Kanto Matsuri

Kantō literally means “a pole with lanterns” and is made from bamboo poles
June
4 Days
Akita Pref.

Chakkirako Children Festival

Chakkirako (Japanese: チャッキラコ) is a dance performed at a festival in Miura, Japan
January
1 Day
Kanagawa

Gujo Odori

The Gujo Odori dance festival is one of the three most important traditional
July
1 Month
Gifu Pref.
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Hakata Dontaku Festival

Japan's largest Golden Week festival is held in Fukuoka  at the beginning of every May,
May
2 Days
Fukuoka Pref.

Hirosaki Neputa Matsuri

The Ōdaikos ( huge traditional drums) is one of the highlights of Hirosaki
September
6 Days

Kishiwada Danjiri Matsuri

The Kishiwada Danjiri Matsuri (岸和田だんじり祭), held in Kishiwada, Osaka. It is one of
September
3 Days
Osaka

Namahage Sedo Festival

Namahage Sedo Festival is the winter festival of Shinzan shrine in Oga city,
February
2 Days
Akita Pref.

Sendai Tanabata Matsuri

Each year from 6th to 8th August, since 1567 ( Early Edo era
August
2 Days
Miyagi Pref.

Sominsai Kokuseki Temple

In February, a dynamic festival called “Kokusekiji Somin-sai” is held, in which men
31st January
2 Days
Iwate Pref.

Yanagawa Doll’s Festival Hina-matsuri

Sagemon Girls are girls who best represent the city. This is in association
April, February, March
1 Month
Fukuoka Pref.

Saitama Fire Festival

A fantastic festival at Saitama Prefecture which is in the "Saitama ancient tomb
May
1 Day
Saitama