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Toyone-Village [Cancelled]
Hana Festival (Toyone-Village, Sakauba)

Date : November(The last ten days)


  • Hana Festival (Toyone-Village, Sakauba)
  • Hana Festival (Toyone-Village, Sakauba)
  • Hana Festival (Toyone-Village, Sakauba)
  • Hana Festival (Toyone-Village, Sakauba)
  • Hana Festival (Toyone-Village, Sakauba)
  • Hana Festival (Toyone-Village, Sakauba)
  • Hana Festival (Toyone-Village, Sakauba)
  • Hana Festival (Toyone-Village, Sakauba)

The 2020 Hana Festival has been cancelled.

A Ceremony Through the Night in Honor of 8 Million Souls

Held at the Hachiman Shrine Dancing Grounds, this festival is peculiar to this district regarding the number of "kami" souls it honors.
This traditional performance art has over 700 years of history, and is a Designated Important National Intangible Cultural Folkloric Heritage.
Please prepare warm clothes, as temperatures become extremely cold at night.

  • Hana Festival (Toyone-Village, Sakauba)
  • Hana Festival (Toyone-Village, Sakauba)
  • Hana Festival (Toyone-Village, Sakauba)

EVENT OVERVIEW

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Date : Cancelled in 2020
Annually on the fourth Saturday and Sunday of November
Holding time : From Saturday 6:00 PM to Sunday 10:00 AM
Place : Hachiman Shrine (八幡神社 Hachiman Jinja)
Location : 〒449-0405
3 Miyanoshima, Sakauba, Toyone-Village, Aichi Prefecture
Fee : Free of charge
(however, offerings in money may entitle the visitor to a “Okaeshi” gift of local tradition)
Parking : Please inquire at the Toyone Village Education Board by the phone no. listed on this page.
Phone number : 0536-85-1611 (Toyone Village Education Board)

Note: This page may not be current due to update time differences between site databases.
Should accuracy be critical, please verify this information using a direct source, whenever possible.

ACCESS

  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    From Toyohashi Station, take the JR Iida Line and alight at Toei Station, take the Toei Line Bus and get off at Hongo, take the Toyone Toei Line Bus to Toyone Yakuba Mae (Toyone Town Hall) but get off at Kingoshi to take the Sakauba Line Bus, and get off at Miyajima (the venue is behind (east side) the Roadside Station Toyone Green Port Miyajima).
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    At the Hamamatsu-Inasa Junction of the New Tomei Expressway, change to the San-en-Nanshin Expressway. Upon exiting at Horaikyo I.C., head north by the Route 151 for approx. 32.3km (40 min.). The venue is near to the crossing with Route 426

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