Events in Japan
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- Category: Events in Japan | March
A water parade held on Onogawa stream in the Sawara historic district. Small boats with musicians and people in traditional Japanese clothes move gently on the stream fringed with old Japanese houses. Sawara is rather close to Narita city where the Narita International Airport is located in.
This local event will be held at the two of Sake breweries with a history of over 300 years. In this event, you will get a chance of joining Sake brewery tours and free Sake tasting. On streets, about 200 stalls will line and sell special local foods, such as Miso paste and pickles. Some Japanese folk music will be performed on the stage there, which is good for families.
Located in Tatebayashi City, eastern Gunma Prefecture, Tobu Treasure Garden is a flower park that boasts some 4000 varieties of flowers blooming in the parkland of 80000 square meters. On March 25th, 2017, a seasonal flower garden has opened in the park area and the garden is filled with 80 thousand flowers including Moss Phlox, Nemophila, and Rinaria.
One of the largest music festivals held in Ueno, Tokyo. During the period of this festival, about 150 classical music concerts will be held at the public facilities in Ueno Park, museums, music halls.
During the season of this festival, 350000 of Freesia flowers will colorfully cover the fields on Hachijojima Island. The highlight of this festival is the infiorata held as a part of Tokyo Infiorata Week 2018.
A Kabuk or classical Japanese dance-drama, known for its unique make-up, will be played by amateur actors in Chofu city, Tokyo. Founded in 2001, this Kabuki acting group annually performs at a large theater in Chofu.
The Japanese garden at Tokyo National Museum in Ueno, Tokyo opens to the visitors during the cherry blossom season between March 13th(Tue) to May 20th(Sun) from 10:00 to 16:30.
This plum festival is held near Mt Takao, known as the most popular hiking spot in Tokyo. In this 4.5km-long area, there are 10,000 plum trees along the riverside, walking paths in plum forests and the private gardens.
The Jindaiji Daruma Doll Market is one of the three largest Daruma Dall Markets in Japan. The Daruma Dolls, a lucky charm to wish one’s dream come true, are sold at nearly 300 stalls standing around the Jindaiji temple where Daruma Mass is held. Over 300 years this annual market has been popular among people living in Tokyo.