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Did you know that there are festivals where people get to interact with African culture in Japan? You will be stunned with its welcoming and festive atmosphere! Here's how we enjoyed African Festival in Shinjuku Chuo Park that was held on July 15th to 17th, 2017!
Koenji Awa Odori Festival: a huge dance festival in the heart of one of Tokyo's hippest neighborhood!
If you are in Tokyo in late August, make sure to check out the Koenji Awa Odori Festival. It is one of the biggest in the city, and it attracts approximately 1 million visitors! Find out more about the summer festival below!
Summer is here! In Japan, they have summer festivals in many places and the people love to go there wearing yukata (Japanese traditional clothes). They have A LOT of food stalls everywhere at the festival offering a variety of food and snacks to eat while watching fireworks.
Going to see the fireworks during summer is a popular event in Japan, with many great firework festivals happening this season. Among the many famous firework festivals in Japan, Jingu Gaien Fireworks is one of the most famous firework festivals in Tokyo! Look at this guide to find out what the Jingu Fireworks are like!
Fuji Rock Festival is the largest outdoor music festival in Japan, and it is annually held in the Naeba Ski Resort, which is located in Niigata. It is known as the world's cleanest festival as they promote in protecting the environment and bringing music and the environment together. Each year, more than 200 Japanese and international musicians perform throughout the 3 days, so it is a big event that you should definitely check out!
The Taiwan Festival is held everywhere in Yogogi park on July 29-30. Yoyogi. Yoyogi park is a great place to hang out in the summer for picnics and hanging out with friends. Plus there's a fun festival going on all the time, from Brazilian to Thai, let's stop by!
The Tokushima Awa Odori is said to be the biggest awa dance festival in Japan, attracting annually 1.3 million visitors! Be sure to attend it if you are on the Shikoku island during the O-bon period.
One of the most popular, traditional and famous festivals in Japan is called Gion Matsuri, which is a summer festival held in Kyoto where they parade with Japanese traditional float called Yamaboko. Let's figure out more together!
Okinawa's Eisa Festivals attracts 300,000 visitors every year! They are part of the Obon celebrations happening everywhere in Japan, but with a distinct Okinawan flavor.
The Nagasaki Kunchi is the most famous festival in Nagasaki. It is a vibrant and exciting showcase of Japanese traditions and intercultural exchanges Nagasaki is famous for.