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Toyohashi's Tezutsu Hanabi

Toyohashi's hand held Tezutsu fireworks are believed to have originated as a form of battlefield and inter castle communication smoke devices called “Noroshi”.

Kawasaki Daishi Furin-ichi

Every July, for 5 days, the famous Kawasaki Daishi Temple holds a furin-ichi, or Wind Chime Market. There are approximately 900 varieties from 50 locations around Japan.

Heron Dance

The Heron dance is a longstanding tradition in Tsuwano, protecting people from illnesses since about 400 years ago. The white feathers represent the cleanness and pureness, while two men in red wigs fend off demons.

Gion Matsuri

Gion Matsuri is Kyoto’s largest festival which takes place throughout the month of July by the Yasaka Shrine.

Miyagawacho Beer Garden

The Miyagawacho Beer Garden is a rare occasion where you can enjoy beer, daily specialities served by neighboring restaurants, and Classical Japanese dance by the Maiko (apprentice geisha) of Miyagawacho Kabukai. Miyagawacho Kabukai is one of the five famous groups of maiko and geiko along with Gion Kobu, Gion Higashi, Pontocho, and Kamishichiken.

Summer Festival in Sanrio Puroland

Sanrio Puroland, also known as Hello Kitty Land, will host the "Summer Festival in Sanrio Puroland" open from July to September.

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