Events in Japan

June - 6 :  Roku-gatsu

Events in Japan

Held at Shimoda Koen Park situated on a small mountain near the Perry Road in Shimoda, Izu. 3 millions of various Hydrangea flowers will color the park while this festival is held.

Japanese Iris (Shobu) and hydrangea (Ajisai) in the castle garden will be in bloom during the festival period. Admission is free to enter the garden.

Built in 660, Kashima-jingu Shrine is one of the greatest three shrines in the greater Tokyo area, has been dedicated to the god of martial arts. The ceremonies include the performance of Kobudo demonstrations and Momoteshiki Samurai Archly.

Yashio City, well known for Edamame production, holds a local event to promote their Edamame. Fresh Edamame and beer can be enjoyed there. You can also buy sweets and snack made with Edamame at the market.

Lies in the north-west of Kamakura historic town, this 23.7-hectares park boasts its landscapes created by nestling wild gardens into the natural setting. 

A large antique market held at Saitama Super Arena (Community Arena). More than 200 antique shops will participate. Admission is free.

A local exhibition to promote and sell traditional Japanese crafts created in Adachi-ku Ward (Tokyo). The exhibits include Yukata (Casual Kimono), Edo stitch works, Ukiyoe wood prints, traditional dye goods, Japanese knives and more. Workshops also take place at the exhibition site. Admission is free.

The iris garden at the Edogawa River Bank is filled with 50000 iris flowers in 100 different varieties. Admission is free.