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Toyokawa-City [Only shrine rituals in 2022]
Ko Summer Festival
(Ko Natsu Matsuri)

Date : 07/29/2022 - 07/31/2022

  • Ko Summer Festival (Ko Natsu Matsuri)
  • Ko Summer Festival (Ko Natsu Matsuri)

The 2022 Ko Summer Festival will be limited to shrine rituals.

A Three-Day Festival with Handheld and Airborne Fireworks!

On the first day of the festivities, on the premises of the Ko Oyashiro Shrine, there is a marvelous display of the famous hand-held "Tezutsu Hanabi" fireworks cannons, roman candles and other sorts of pyrotechnic devices. Come back on the second day for a great show of 1,800 launched fireworks!

A Parade with Kabuki Dances and Jesters!

The four neighboring districts bring out each respective float for the procession / parade by the Oyashiro Shrine for the festivities. Beautifully dressed in traditional garments, the participants go dancing along to the music of the "hayashi" drums and flutes, carrying the "mikoshi" portable shrines around!


Date : July 29 (Friday), 30 (Saturday), 31 (Sunday), 2022
Place : •Ceremonies and festival:
Ko District Oyahiro Jinja Shrine (国府町大社神社 Ko-cho Oyashiro Jinja)
•Fireworks show (not held in 2022):
Banks of the Otowagawa River (音羽川河畔 Otowagawa Kahan), Okamoto Bridge (岡本橋 Okamoto Bashi), and Toyonari Bridge (豊成橋 Toyonari Bashi)
Location : 〒442-0854
5 Ryuka, Ko-cho, Toyokawa-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan (Oyashiro Jinja Shrine)
Phone number : 0533-89-2206 (Toyokawa Tourism Association)
0533-88-9622 (Oyashiro Jinja Shrine)

Note: This page may not be current due to update time differences between site databases.
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  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    10 min. northwestwards walk from Ko Station on the Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line (Oyashiro Shrine); 15 min. westwards walk from Ko Station of the Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line (Otowagawa River banks).
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    Approx. 10 min. from Otowa Gamagori Interchange of the Tomei Expressway.

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