Greater Tokyo Festival

Greater Tokyo Festival

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Matsuri origins are steeped in ancient rituals and beliefs. People pray for life, pray that no disasters happen, pray for a good harvest and pray for a good haul. Even after a few thousand years, Matsuri shows that the people's hopes have not changed.
MATSURI - Pray for the future. Fully harnessing the potential of the people, combining our energy, wiping out anxiety, enhancing the local culture and economy.
Hundreds of small and large Matsuri happen throughout the year in Japan. Here are our selection of Matsuri festivals in the Greater Tokyo area (Tokyo / Kanagawa / Saitama / Chiba). Visit the festivals and feel the passion and the energy of the local people who celebrate life together with the festivals.

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Chichibu Yomatsuri Night Festival

Dec.2 (Mon) to Dec.3 (Tue)

Around the Chichibu Shrine

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Setagaya Boro-ichi

Dec.15 (Sun) to Dec.16 (Mon), 2019
Jan.15 (Wed) to Jan.16 (Thu), 2020

Setagaya streets and in the Kamimachi area, around Setagaya station and the Boro-ichi street