Kadokawa Restaurant is just one of several restaurants and eateries opening in the Sakura Town Shin Tokorozawa over the coming months. Kadokawa Corporation are one of the largest publishing companies in Japan and are known in particular for their manga magazines. However, in this particular restaurant they are not a
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**During the 2021 State of Emergency and Coronavirus Outbreak, events are subject to change and cancellation at a moment’s notice. Please do always check with the official website for any last minute changes or cancellations.**
The Omiya Nisshin Tanabata Festival is one of several "Omiya Summer Festivals". It is held annually on tanabata, August 7th*, and the preceding day - tanabata eve! However, in 2020 all of Saitama City's summer festivals have been cancelled on account of the coronavirus outbreak. Official notification of cancellation. *Tanabata
Tokorozawa Sunflower Field and Festival also known as the Mikajima Sunflower fields. The sunflower fields are located in the Sayama Hills area relatively near Kurosuke House where a life sized Totoro lives! August 4th: still no update on whether the festival will go ahead this year. August 13th: it would
The Misato Summer Festival is held annually in the second half of August. Usually on a Friday. There are fireworks at this festival too. They are the 7th most popular fireworks display in Saitama. Approximately 14000 fireworks are launched. Before the fireworks there is usually a show with some performances.
Higashimatsuyama Fireworks 2020 The 2020 Higashimatsuyama fireworks have been cancelled due to the Coronavirus Outbreak. The 2020 Higashimatsuyama summer festival has also been cancelled. Official notification of cancellation from the Higashimatsuyama Tourism Website. 2019 Information The 20th annual Higashimatsuyama Fireworks will be held in Tokigawa Riverside Park (Takasaka) on Saturday
There will be no Odako Fireworks Kasukabe in 2020. Approximately 320 starmines and 50 smaller fireworks are launched annually at the Odako Fireworks. (As in Odako of the famous kite festival in the same city). The fireworks are the finale to the traditional summer festival that starts around 3.30 pm.
Events by their very nature are tentative. Please do check with the official sources for any last minute changes due to weather or other mitigating factors, particularly with the current Coronavirus outbreak.