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Ibaraki: Mito-no-Ume Matsuri

Ume (Japanese apricot) Flower Festival. There are more than 3,000 of around 100 varieties of apricot trees in Kairaku-en. Various events are scheduled, such as Nodate(Tea ticket is 300JPY), performance of traditional Japanese musical instruments and Hina-nagashi (floating paper dolls down on a stream). ...

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Oita: Tenryo Hita Ohina Matsuri

Girl's Festival. The Hita area prospered under the reign of Tenryo (Tokugawa Shogunate dependency) in the time of the Edo period. Hina Ningyo (traditional Japanese dolls) which have been handed down for generations, have been well preserved, and are displayed at about 14 houses ...

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Fukuoka: Yanagawa Hina Matsuri Sagemon Meguri

Girl's Festival. Sagemon are handsewn ornaments which are displayed all over the city for this festival. When a baby girl is born, her mother and grandmothers sew Sagemon stitch by stitch wishing her to grow up healthy, and decorate them at both sides of ...

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Tokyo: Chiyoda-no-Sakura Matsuri

Cherry Blossom Festival. You can enjoy view of cherry blossoms along the Chidorigafuchi path and in the shrine precincts. Schedule & Key events: ● daily Sunset - 10 p.m. Flowers are lit up along the path Location: Yasukuni-jinja Shrine, Chidorigafuchi and others, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo Access: Chidorigafuchi: ...

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Tokyo: Bokutei Sakura Matsuri

Cherry Blossom Festival. You can enjoy viewing of cherry blossoms in the park. Some events are scheduled on Sakurabashi Bridge over Sumida River and other sites on Saturdays and Sundays during the festival period. Schedule & Key events: Details are still to be arranged. Location: Sumida ...

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Tokyo: Ueno Sakura Matsuri

Cherry Blossom Festival. You can enjoy viewing of about 1200 blooming cherry trees even in the evening, as thousands of Bonbori (paper lanterns) are lit up. Schedule & Key events: 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Open-air antique markets are set up 5 p.m.-8 p.m. Flowers are lit ...

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