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Defune Festival & Fireworks at Amanohashidate area
Start: July 24 @ 6:30 pm
End: ~ July 24 @ 9:30 pm
Venue: Chionji Temple
Cost Free
Miyazu Tōrō nagashi and Fireworks
Start: August 16 @ 7:00 am
End: ~ August 16 @ 9:30 pm
Venue: Shimasaki Park
Miyazu, Japan

                Miyazu Tōrō nagashi(lantern) and Fireworks festival is the biggest event in Miyazu city, Amanohashidate!! 3,000 shots brilliant foreworks will be in the after-dark sky.   You can see this festival at “Shimasaki Park” in Miyazu city Kyoto, please see the map below. ■Place: Shimasaki Park ※Access: ex1) Kyoto Station → about 2h30min by express Train → Miyazu Station → 10min on foot to Shimasaki Park ex2) Amanohashidate Station→ 5min by Kyoto Tango…

Yawarabi Lanterns Festival
Start: October 5
End: ~ October 7
Venue: Miyazu Castle Town

More than ten thousand handmade lanterns made by plastic bottles are lighten up in the old castle town.You can enjoy walking around beautiful night. There are some events such as live performances, piano or KOTO concerts and so on. Please try many local food such as SUSHI. Event will be held from 6pm to 9pm.

Tango Kimono Matsuri Festival
Date: October 21
Venue: Amanohashidate

Tango area is famous for CHIRIMEN (silk crape) and many people wearing kimono all get together in Amanohashidate on this day. Anyone can attend this event without preparing anything! All you need to do is sign in. (At least you need to bring your own kimono. If you don’t have it, you can rent with charge. If you want to join this event, please feel free to contact us!

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 and surrounding neighborhoods of Miyazu City. For the three days of the festival, portable shrines belonging to the major shrines in the city are pulled through the streets accompanied by taiko drummers beating out rhythms on taiko drum floats, and traditional flutists. Dancers performing traditional Shinto dances known as Kagura also follow the steam of floats, stopping occasionally to perform their dances. On the third and final…

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