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Events for March 26, 2017
"Our Heroes' Legends" is the latest travelling exhibit to show at Sayama Municipal Museum beside Sayama Inariyama Park. Please note that this museum is closed on Mondays. For more information on the museum and Kome to Cha Cafe: Sayama Municipal Museum and Kome To Cha Cafe | SAYAMAFind out more »
https://www.facebook.com/saitamajapan.en/posts/1332638476824784 FIREWORKS on the 1st of April from 6.30 pm. HORSEBACK ARCHERY on the 2nd of April from 1 pm. From 3 pm you can pay to ride a horse too. All photos bar the ones in the Facebook link, are from the official website. See map with further information in the grey … Continue reading Cherry Blossom Festival in Arashiyama Valley | RANZANFind out more »
https://www.facebook.com/tobugroup.en/photos/a.292512834415187.1073741828.292450864421384/418610111805458/?type=3&theater Considered one of Saitama's most famous Cherry blossom spots. About 1000 cherry blossom trees. Approximately 100 festival stalls. They have night light up of the cherry blossom trees. The car park is open from 7 am to 10 pm. English information page for Gongendo Park: http://www.gongendo.jp/en/ Please scroll down to the grey box for … Continue reading Cherry Blossom Festival at Gongendo Park | SATTEFind out more »
This event is not expected to go ahead due to SNOW.Until recent years it was mainly locals and off-the-beaten-track tourists who enjoyed this magnificent event, but nowadays the boat ride down Shingashi river in Kawagoe attracts hundreds, if not thousands from near and far. Due to this reason, you need to queue to get one … Continue reading CANCELLED Boat Ride on Shingashi River at back of Hikawa Shrine | KAWAGOEFind out more »