Traditional Tokyo Festivals for a Sloppy Outing

Big festivals are too crowded and hard to get to... Small, emotional Tokyo festivals

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National Izakaya Chain in Japan

All Japanese know it! Lets get this down first.

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Special feature of Local Izakaya (Gunma Prefecture)

Gunma Prefecture is one of the most famous hot spring areas in Japan. It is conveniently located not far from Tokyo.

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Recent Posts

  1. Now Extinct: The Fascination with “Misemono-Goya” and Its Future

  2. 【Festival Special】The Last Tori-no-Ichi of the Year! Oji Shrine Kumade Market in Kita Ward, Tokyo

  3. 【Festival Feature】How to Enjoy the Yamagata Hanagasa Festival Even If You Have No Interest in Hanagasa!

  4. A Magical Scene Created by 30,000 Lanterns: “Mitama Matsuri” in Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo

  5. Japan’s 1000-Year-Old Festival: “Tenjin Matsuri” in Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture

  6. Traditional Dance Passed Down Through Generations: “Ganjin Dance” in Hachirogata Town, Akita Prefecture

  7. Lavish Floats and Cherry Blossoms Adorn the Festival: “Inuyama Festival” in Inuyama City, Aichi Prefecture

  8. Japan’s Oldest Summer Festival! “Aizen Festival” in Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture

  9. The Dignified Rice-Planting Ritual “Otaue Shinji” at Sumiyoshi Taisha in Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture

  10. The Transformation of Floats into Stages! “Yamaage Matsuri” in Nasukarasuyama, Tochigi Prefecture

  11. Fireworks and Makiwara that Herald Summer in Tokai: “Atsuta Festival” in Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture

  12. Luxurious and Giant Umbrellas Parade at the “Tsugi-no-hi Festival,” Ōnan Town, Shimane Prefecture