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Winter Candle Ote River Illumination Event (Inori)
Start: December 7 @ 5:00 pm
End: ~ January 14, 2019 @ 9:00 pm
Venue: Miyazu Fureai Square
Address
345-1 Yanagi-nawate
Miyazu, Kyoto 626-8501 Japan
Cost Free

Don`t miss this special chance to see the Ote River and Miyazu Fureai Square illuminated this winter Friday December 7th~Monday January 14th (5-9 pm).

Monjudo Ebisu Festival
Date: January 10, 2019
Venue: Chionji Temple
Cost Free

Date: January 10th, 2019 Place: 466 Monju, Miyazu, Kyoto (Chionji Temple) The Ebisu Festival annually held at Chionji Temple located in the Monju area of Miyazu is an event to pray for business success and academic achievement in the New Year.The restaurants lining the street leading up to the temple gate prepare food to bring good fortune in the New Year and food stands fill the temple grounds creating a lively atmosphere. The festival is also one of the few…


Motoise Kono Shrine Aoi Festival
Date: April 24, 2019
Venue: Motoise Kono Shrine
Address
430 Ohgaki
Miyazushi, Japan
Cost Free

Date: April 24th, 2019 Venue: 430 Ogaki, Miyazu, Kyoto A festival held annually on April 24th at Motoise Kono Shrine.  The festival has a history of over 2,500 years and is said to be the oldest continuing festival in the Tango area located in Northern Kyoto. The Aoi Festival has a deep connection to Kono Shrine and shares its name with the Aoi Festival held at Kamo Shrine in Kyoto City.  At the Aoi Festival held in Kyoto City, festival…

Miyazu Matsuri Festival
Start: May 13, 2019
End: ~ May 15, 2019
Venue: Miyazu downtown area

Every year in May the local Miyazu Festival takes place in the downtown area and surrounding neighborhoods of Miyazu City. For the three days of the festival, portable shrines belonging to the city`s two major shrines: Hiyoshi Sanoumiya Shrine and Wakinomiya Shrine are pulled through the streets accompanied by taiko drummers beating out rhythms on taiko drum floats, and traditional flutists. Dancers performing traditional Shinto dance known as Kagura also follow the stream of floats, stopping occasionally to perform their dances. On…


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