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Shitara-Town Hachiman Shrine Festival Eve Fireworks (Hachiman Jinja Reitaisai Zen-ya-sai)

Date : 08/15/2018


  • Hachiman Shrine Festival Eve Fireworks (Hachiman Jinja Reitaisai Zen-ya-sai)
  • Hachiman Shrine Festival Eve Fireworks (Hachiman Jinja Reitaisai Zen-ya-sai)
  • Hachiman Shrine Festival Eve Fireworks (Hachiman Jinja Reitaisai Zen-ya-sai)
  • Hachiman Shrine Festival Eve Fireworks (Hachiman Jinja Reitaisai Zen-ya-sai)

A calm and slow paced fireworks display in the rural setting of Shitara

The Hachiman Shrine of Shitara-Town annually holds this small but enjoyable fireworks festival in celebration of the eve of the main festival, held in the next day. The darkened surroundings and the mountains lit up by the slow-paced explosions make for a heartwarming experience.

EVENT OVERVIEW

Date : August 15th (Wednesday), 2017
*: Event to be held even under rain.
Holding time : From 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Place : Area near Hachiman Shrine in Higashi-Nagura.
(The best spots to watch the fireworks are near the Nagura Post Office)
Location : 〒441-2432
21-6 Funaishi, Higashi-Nagura, Shitara-Town, Kitashitara-District, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Parking : Unavailable
Phone number : 0536-62-1000 (Shitara Town Tourist Association)

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ACCESS

  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    60min by taxi from Hon-Nagashino Station of the JR Iida Line (board from Toyohashi Station).
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    Approx. 60min (45km) eastwards from Chikaraishi I.C. of the Sanage Green Road via routes 153 and 257, or;
    Approx. 50min (37km) northwards from Shinshiro I.C. of the Shin-Tomei Expressway via routes 151 and 257.

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