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Toyota-City Tankororin Refreshing Candle Night (Tankororin no Yusuzumi)

Date : 08/04/2018 - 08/15/2018


  • Tankororin Refreshing Candle Night (Tankororin no Yusuzumi)
  • Tankororin Refreshing Candle Night (Tankororin no Yusuzumi)

Lanterns and performances that bring out the feel of old streets

From the beginning to the middle of August cylindrical andon lanterns called "tankororin" are lit here and there around the atmospheric old streets of Toyota City's Asuke-cho. The lanterns are made out of Japanese paper and baskets woven from bamboo. Here and there around the town during this period there are mini-performances from such diverse genres as shamisen, guitar, festival music and rakugo storytelling, so an evening stroll will be even more enjoyable.
This event is part of the larger Asuke Summer Festival & Fireworks (Asuke Natsu Matsuri). Make sure to check all the other events.

EVENT OVERVIEW

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Date : From August 4th (Saturday) to 15th (Wednesday), 2018
Holding time : From sunset to 9:00 PM
Place : Around the old streets of Asuke-Town
Location : 〒444-2424
Asuke-cho, Toyota-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
(around the old streets of Asuke)
Fee : Free
Parking : Available (Korankei Parking Lot), paid (500 yen/car, cap. 670 cars)
Restrooms : Available
Phone number : 0565-62-1272 (Asuke Tourist Association)

Note: This page may not be current due to update time differences between site databases.
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ACCESS

  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    From Toyotashi Station of the Meitetsu Toyota Line / Meitetsu Mikawa Line (board from Akaike Station (subway Tsurumai Line) or Chiryu Station) take the Meitetsu Bus Yanami Line bound for Asuke. Get off at Korankei (香嵐渓) and walk 3min.
    Bus also accessible from Shin-Toyota Station of the Aichi Loop Line (board from Setoshi Station, Nakaokazaki Station, or Okazaki Station).
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    •Approx. 20min (9.5km) eastwards from Chikaraishi I.C. of the Sanage Green Road via Route 153 (Iida Highway).
    •Approx. 30min (13km) from Toyota-Kampachi I.C. the Tokai-Kanjo Expressway via Route 153 (Iida Highway).

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