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Special deals and events in Japan

  Description Prefecture(Area)/Category
GEAR
Sensational Emotional Dramatical Original non-verbal performance from Kyoto.
Photo by Yoshikazu Inoue
Illustration by Yamada Akihiro
Kyoto (Kansai)
Others (Events Calendar)
DOGO ONSENART 2014
An international art festival will be held in historic Dogo area, a home of Japan’s oldest hot spring.
PHOTO COURTESY : Yayoi Kusama
2014/4/10 - 2014/12/31
Ehime (Chugoku/Shikoku)
Art Festival
Fuji Shibazakura Festival

2014/4/19 - 2014/6/1 [Spring]
Yamanashi (Chubu)
Others (Events Calendar)
Mashiko Pottery Fair
PHOTO COURTESY : Mashiko Town Tourist Association
2014/4/26 - 2014/5/6 [Spring]
Tochigi (Kanto)
Others (Events Calendar)
Ukai (Cormorant Fishing)
Traditional fishing method manipulating seabirds, praised by Charlie Chaplin
2014/5/11 - 2014/10/15
Gifu (Chubu)
Annual Events
Sumo
May Grand Tournament
2014/5/11 - 2014/5/25 [Spring]
Tokyo (Tokyo and vicinity)
Sports Events
Aoi Matsuri
An ancient festival full of elegance - a magnificent procession dating back 1,000 years reproduced in Kyoto
2014/5/15 - [Spring]
Kyoto (Kansai)
Annual Events
Asakusa Sanja Matsuri
Tokyo's hottest festival of portable shrines taking place in a quarter retaining traditional culture
2014/5/16 - 2014/5/18 [Spring]
Tokyo (Kanto)
Annual Events
Takigi O-Noh (Nara)
A beautiful and mystic musical theater lit up by bonfires in the evening darkness.
2014/5/16 - 2014/5/17 [Spring]
Nara (Kansai)
Annual Events
Shunki Reitaisai (Grand Festival of Spring)
A procession of 1,000 samurai warriors staged at a world heritage site
2014/5/17 - 2014/5/18 [Spring]
Tochigi (Kanto)
Annual Events
Mifune Matsuri
The scene of an ancient boat party on a river is reproduced by some 20 boats in the town of Kyoto
2014/5/18 - [Spring]
Kyoto (Kansai)
Annual Events
Hamamatsu Festival
A spectacular festival of some 100 large kites flying over sand dunes.
2014/5/3 - 2014/5/5 [Spring]
Shizuoka (Chubu)
Annual Events
Hakata Dontaku Festival
Let's dance in squares together! Japan's largest citizens' festival, with a history of 800 years.
2014/5/3 - 2014/5/4 [Spring]
Fukuoka (Kyushu/Okinawa)
Annual Events
Kanda Matsuri
100 portable shrines gather for this festival and a procession of 300 people parades through the streets of Tokyo
The Saturday and Sunday closest to May 15th - [Spring]
Tokyo (Kanto)
Annual Events
Shonai Kagura

Third Saturday in May through October. -
Oita (Kyushu/Okinawa)
Annual Events