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The 37th Kasukabe Wisteria Festival | KASUKABE

April 22 @ 10:30 - 16:00

The 37th Kasukabe Wisteria Festival (2018) – Kasukabe is probably best known as being the home of Crayon Shinchan. However, wisteria lovers will also know it to be the home of the famous wisteria of Ushijima and Toukaen.

The wisteria in Kasukabe Saitama typically bloom from mid April until about the 7th of May. On  Wisteria street in Kasukabe they hold a wisteria festival every year. The festival is popular with locals and is family friendly. The event is scheduled for Sunday the 22nd of April, however if it is raining that day the event will be postponed to April 29th.

Kasukabe Wisteria Festival Events

kasukabe wisteria festival

From the official site

The festival line up includes live performances and a parade along 1.1 kilometers of Wisteria Street. The parade has a police band, baton twirlers, magic performances and dance.

Kasukabe wisteria festival

From the official site

There are other performances scheduled on the day such as kids dance performances, a cheer leading squad, taiko and Yosakoi. There is also a display of emergency vehicles on the day.

Kasukabe Wisteria Festival Access

Seven minutes on foot from Tobu Line Kasukabe Station (also see grey box below for map, contact and other details).

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Date:
April 22
Time:
10:30 - 16:00
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Website:
https://www.city.kasukabe.lg.jp/event/kanko/2018fujimatsuri.html

Venue

Wisteria Street Kasukabe
1-52, Chuo, Kasukabe-shi, Saitama 〒344-0067 Japan + Google Map
Phone:
048-731-3550
Website:
http://www.city.kasukabe.lg.jp/event/kanko/2017fujimatsuri.html

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