Kita Urawa Awa Odori - the 2020 event has been cancelled due to the Coronavirus outbreak. Summer maybe officially over, but there are still a couple of lingering summer festivals on in Saitama this weekend. For one, the Kita Urawa Awa Odori competition as part of the Urawa festivals. The
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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 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
The rain praying dragon festival of Tsurugashima "Suneori Amagoi" is usually held in August every four years. This year, 2020, it was scheduled to be held in September. However, due to the Coronavirus outbreak they initially thought of postponing the date and then ultimately cancelled it. This festival has to
Horo festival Kawagoe - a religious celebration and unique cultural event. This colourful, only in Japan, festival is held at Furuoya Hachiman Shrine in the Furuya area of Kawagoe. The Horo Festival is a Prefecture designated cultural intangible folk property. The festival starts at 1 pm with performances. Around 2
Hanno Green Carnival at Metsa - a music and culture festival with live performances, workshops, food and activities. In previous years this festival was held at Tove Jansson Akebono Children's Forest formerly known as Moomin Valley. This is the first year its in the Finnish / Nordic living inspired Metsa.
Samba Carnival in Higashimatsuyama The Higashimatsuyama Samba Carnival is an annual festival held close to the Tobu Tojo Line Higashimatsuyama station. Due to the situation with the coronavirus outbreak, the 2020 carnival has been cancelled. The carnival takes place from 3 pm to 8 pm. The samba dancing starts from
Kengo Kuma exhibition at Kadokawa Musashino Museum. Kengo Kuma Exhibition For the opening of the Kadokawa Musashino Museum there will be a Kengo Kuma exhibtion in the grand gallery on the 1st floor. Kengo Kuma is the architect behind the impressive "rock on water" museum design. He is also renowned
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.