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Kakunodate Sakura Festival

The sakura or cherry blossom festival celebrates the arrival of spring and the cherry blossoms in the Samurai town of Kakunodate. Along the riverbank there is an avenue of over 150 cherry trees, which you can stroll over 2 kilometres.

Kawachi Fuji-en Wisteria Tunnels

Tunnels of wisteria blooms the length of a football field highlight one of Japan's most spectacular gardens.

Arita Ceramics Fair

The town of Arita, the birthplace of porcelain in Japan, holds an annual ceramics fair during Golden Week.

Tokyo Rainbow Pride

Every year, Yoyogi Park transforms for one week into a rainbow of colors as diversified as the people it represents.

Yabusame Shinji

Every year in early May. witness the Yabusame Shinji at Shimogamo shrine, where Japanese mounted archers fire arrows at enemy targets.

Midori no Kanshasai

Midori no Kanshasai is the climax of a month-long, annual environmental campaign taking place from 15 April to 14 May to increase people’s awareness and understanding of “Midori” — meaning “green”, and often used describe nature.

Aoi Matsuri Festival

The Aoi Matsuri is one of the oldest and most celebrated festivals in Japan. So much so, the word “Matsuri” originally referred only to the Aoi festival.

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