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Ebisu's Bon Odori Summer Festival
One of Tokyo's best summer festivals
The Bon Odori Festival in Ebisu, Tokyo is a huge summertime gathering rich in tradition. With music, dancing, food, drinks, and clothes dating back to old times, this annual festival is well worth a visit.

Ibaraki's Chrysanthemum Festival
Amazing flower displays at the Kasama Kiku Matsuri
Every autumn, Ibaraki hosts the Kasama Kiku Matsuri, an amazing chrysanthemum festival in the grounds of the historic Kasama Inari Shrine.

Yokote
Where to go, where to eat and stay, what to see and do
Yokote city: Where to go, where to eat, where to stay, what to see and do

Mashiko Pottery Fair 2014
Where pottery and giant "Tanuki" meet
The November Pottery Fair in Mashiko is a fantastic opportunity to see and buy the works of hundreds of local artists.

Godzilla at Kurihama Flower World
Fun and Flowers in the Fall
Must see Godzilla at Kurihama Flower World in Yokosuka! Kurihama Hana no Kuni is home to the 9-meter Godzilla slide and is ready to fight alongside humanity against common threats in the section of the flower park called Adventure Land. Let your adventure begin in this beautiful seasonal flower setting!

Tokyo International Film Festival
The film festival for everyone
On the 23rd of October the 27th Tokyo International Film Festival officially started, which means it is now time for us to go see amazing movies from all over the world at Japan's biggest and most important film festival. Here is why this event is so great.

Kanuma Buttuke Autumn Festival
Elaborate wooden festival floats in Kanuma City
A festival of food, music, dance and elaborate floats celebrated each year in October.

Ohatsu Tenjin Shrine
A lover's sanctuary in central Osaka
A lover's sanctuary in the Osaka Kita and Umeda area, Ohatsu Tenjin (officially Tsuyuno Tenjinsha), beholds one of Japan's greatest love stories. Japan's 'Romeo and Juliet', the story of Ohatsu and Tokubei has kept lovers flocking to the shrine for generations. 

Osaka Tenmangu Shrine
A sacred center in Osaka's bustling heart
Osaka Tenmangu, or 'Tenjisan' as it's known by the locals, is the most famous of all the tenjin/tenmangu shrines throughout Japan. It is also home to Osaka's biggest festival, the Tenjin Matsuri, which is held each July. It is one of the three greatest festivals in Japan, and the world's greatest boat festival.

Kishiwada Danjiri Matsuri
Japan's Largest Danjiri Festival
The Kishiwada Danjiri Matsuri is the largest, if not greatest, danjiri matsuri (float festival) in Japan. Celebrating 300 years of tradition, neighbourhoods compete by racing 35 4-tonne danjiri through the streets of Kishiwada. Held every September, the festival is a direct train ride from Kansai Airport. With the event's immense popularity, it is still possible to get an unobstructed view of the danjiri and the chanting float-pullers. If you follow the path directly opposite Kispa La Park, it is possible to explore the surrounding streets, which have reduced crowds and greater views.

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