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Events for May 5, 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 »
From April 29th to May 7th (except for Monday the 1st of May) you can enjoy a FREE cardboard exhibition for children at the Saitama City Sakura Environmental Center. Map and contact details in the grey box ↓below.Find out more »
https://www.facebook.com/saibokuham/photos/gm.226001181216482/1283177988385451/?type=3 https://www.facebook.com/events/223487498134517/ More information about Saiboku Ham and Hot Springs: official site: http://www.saiboku.co.jp/ Information on this blog in English: A fun day out in Saiboku; Hot springs and Ham! ｜HIDAKAFind out more »
Ogawa Genki Plaza has organised some special events for Golden Week. The planetarium is free in for the Children's day festival which is being held on May 4th and 5th. They will have 3 showings in the planetarium on both days. Some of the events cost money, but they are reasonably priced. They also have a … Continue reading Children’s Day Festival at Ogawa Genki Plaza | OGAWAFind out more »
On May 5th the Saitama Prefectural Museum of History and Folklore in Omiya (Saitama City) have a Children's Museum Festival for Children's Day. Children can play with old and traditional toys as well as dress up in period costumes. The museum is free in for children on this day. Access: 5 minute walk from Tobu … Continue reading Children’s Museum Festival at Museum of History and Folklore | SAITAMA CITYFind out more »