Dinghy Park Koshigaya - The dinghy park started on April 4th, but due to the State of Emergency there have been some changes. Basically from June 1st it will be a similar system to last year. Subject to change though depending on how the coronavirus outbreak develops. Between April and
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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.**
Higashimatsuyama is famous for pear picking. There are close to 20 pear farms in Higashimatsuyama of which about half offer picking. This event post shares information of the main pear picking farms in Higashimatsuyama. Pear picking in Higashimatsuyama Pear picking season starts in early September in Higashimatsuyama (Saitama, Japan). It
The plumed cockscomb, also known as Celosia, (Keito in Japanese) are a relatively recent addition to Shinrin Park. In the inaugural year they had about 50,000, but now there are approximately 500,000. So many events are cancelled this year, 2020, on account of the Coronavirus outbreak. However, this event and
The annual Halloween food event at Shikitei in Omiya is going ahead this year despite the Coronavirus. They are keeping the Alice in Wonderland theme from last year, but rather than the Alice Halloween buffet and Halloween dessert buffet of 2019, this year it is afternoon tea. (They will have
The Keyaki Autumn Beer Festival has been cancelled in 2020 on account of the Coronavirus outbreak. The spring festival was initially postponed and then cancelled too. Hopefully, by 2021 we'll be able to enjoy this keenly awaited bi-annual event. 2019 Information. For those that live in the area this festival
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.