Events in Japan
June - 6 : Roku-gatsu
Lies in a tranquil area nestled in forests in Ome, Tokyo, the 2.1 hectares of the garden is filled with more than 250 varieties of different iris flowers..
Katsushika-ku Ward has a traditional iris garden "Horikiri Iris Garden" with a history of hundred years, has depicted in Ukiyoe woodblock prints by renowned artists such as Utagawa Hiroshige and Suzuki Harunobu.
Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia (SSFF & ASIA) is a qualifying film festival for the annual Academy Awards® and one of Asia’s largest international short film festivals.
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.
A local festival held at Shoubunuma-koen Garden in Ayase, Adachi-ku ward, where more than 8000 iris flowers will be in bloom, and some jazzy music will be played under the trees. During the festival, a world-food festival will also take place in Ayase town. Admission is free for both.
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.
Located in the western area of Tokyo Prefecture, this historic temple has 2700 Hydrangea in 200 different varieties, fill the temple ground and the hillside behind the building.
Exhibition "The Mammoth" at the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation | Jun.7-Nov.4 2019
One of the largest ever exhibitions featuring mammoth and other ancient animals. Not only precious mammoth specimens, but the exhibits also include the 42,000-year-old foal discovered frozen in Siberian permafrost, had liquid blood in its veins.
Bunkyo Ajisai Matsuri (Hydrangea) Festival) is held at Hakusan-jinja shrine and the Hakusan-koen garden in Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo. More than 3,000 hydrangeas will be in full bloom during the festival.
A traditional festival held at Susano-jinja Shrine in Arakawa Ward, Tokyo. People in the town carry Mikoshi portable shrines and parade in the street around the shrine.
Various types of vehicles, including trains and special automobiles, will be exhibited at the event sites in Yokosuka City. This event is good for kids and families.
The iris garden is at the park in Sakura City where a castle used to be standing. The garden has 9000 iris flowers in different colors, purple, yellow and white. Admission is free.
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.
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