Events in Japan
September - 9 : Ku-gatsu
- Category: Events in Japan | September
A local event held in Kawaguchi, Saitama Prefecture. Amateur musicians will be on stage at Kawaguchi Station and the surrounding area
A comprehensive disaster-preparedness drill will be conducted at Yoyogi Park in Shibuya, Tokyo.
One of the largest trade shows held in Tokyo, known as a gateway to the gift market in Japan.
Adachi Fish Market opens to the public on a Saturday (usually on the second Saturday) every two months. The next market is held on September 9th(Sat) from 9:00 to 11:00 AM. The lively marketplace will be packed with people excited at getting fresh seafood.
ANTI-AGEING JAPAN is Japan's first event gathering the business related to the ageing-care (beauty and healthy longevity) business.
A large Yosakoi-dance competition festival held at Kiba-koen (Kiba Park) in Koto-ku ward, Tokyo.
The origin of this festival is a ginger market held about 1000 years ago. The highlit events will be held on Saturday and Sunday during the festival period, includes a traditional dance at Shiba-daijingu Shrine and Mikoshi carrying parade. Many food stalls will line the streets there.
Founded more than 1000 years ago, Hikawa-jinja Shrine is a historical shrine lies in a very central area of Tokyo, surrounded by modern buildings. During this festival, large doll floats and Mikoshi(miniature shrine) will parade around the streets in Akasaka town.
This is a local food festival held as a part of the Hachioji Festival, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the establishment of Hachioji City in the western Tokyo. On 16th of September, the air show by Blue Impulse will also be performed.
Nezu-jinja Shrine is a historic shrine founded 1900 years ago, lies in Ya-ne-sen (Yanaka Nezu Sendagi) area known as a tourist spot off the beaten path. During this festival, Mikoshi parade and the traditional dance are performed.
JATA Tourism EXPO Japan is one of the largest international tourism events held in Japan. It will be an all-encompassing event showcasing the many facets of travel and the creative and varied lifestyle information and trends that spring from it. Exhibitors from all the 47 prefectures in Japan and over 140 countries and regions in the world will participate in this event.
For Business: Sep.21(Thu) and 22(Fri) 2016 10:00-17:00
For Public: Sep.23(Sat) and 24(Sun) 2016 10:00-17:00
A local festival held near Ikebukuro Station. The festival includes Taiko Drumming and Samurai play performances as well as Mikoshi parade.
A festival held in Shinagawa, a town formerly known as a post station (Shukuba) sitting on Route Tokaido leading from Tokyo to Kyoto. During the festival, various events are held around Kitashinagawa station and Seiseki-koen areas, such as a parade of people in Edo-period costume (Samurai etc.), Taiko drum performances, and Oiran Douchu (a kind of runway walking of women in gorgeous Kimono dress)
Fire Walking or Hiwatari is a ceremony where prayers walk through over burning small pieces of wood "Gomaki" in the hope of welfare of its people and dreams to come true.