Summer Festivals


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Overview of summer festivals in Japan.

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The Kanto Matsuri is also known as the pole lantern festival. It is a Tanabata related celebration in Akita City held annually from August 3rd to 6th.
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.
The Kutchan Jagamatsuri is a colorful summer festival held annually in early August.
The Tejikara Summer Fire Festival is an event held every second Sunday of August along the banks of the Nagara River in Gifu.
Morito no Hama's yearly summer beach festival and dance competition on the shores of Morito beach in Hayama, Kanagawa prefecture.