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Komaki-City Komaki Nobunaga Yumeyakai Moon Watching Party

Date : 09/15/2018


  • Komaki Nobunaga Yumeyakai Moon Watching Party
  • Komaki Nobunaga Yumeyakai Moon Watching Party
  • Komaki Nobunaga Yumeyakai Moon Watching Party
  • Komaki Nobunaga Yumeyakai Moon Watching Party

A reception party to remember Hero Oda Nobunaga!

The city of Komaki hosts its annual Komaki Nobunaga Yumeyakai event (Komaki Nobunaga Dream Night Party) at the Komakiyama Castle site. One of the unification heroes of Japan, Oda Nobunaga lived in Komaki Castle for the 4 years prior to his streak of victories that put the nation on its tracks to become an undivided territory. It is said that he was a sophisticated man who, most likely, held lavish reception parties for his allies and friends. That makes Komaki a perfect location for Moon Viewing parties that are an early-Autumn tradition in Japan. Several merchants will line their tents in the Komaki-yama Park, selling food and drinks, and stage shows will entertain the guests all night long! Put up your best “Guest of a Lord” foot and head there for a nice and entertaining night!

EVENT OVERVIEW

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Date : September 15th (Saturday), 2018
*: Carries out even under rain (except in particularly inclement weather).
Place : Komakiyama Park
Location : 〒485-0046
1-1 Horinouchi, Komaki-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Fee : Admission free of charge, consumption at merchant tents charged separately.
Parking : 50 parking spaces (free for the first two hours, 100 yen per 30 minutes thereafter)
*: Japanese Law only allows liquor consumption for people ages 20 and older.
*: DUI/DWI are offenses severely punished in Japan, do not drink and drive.
*: Parking availability limited, please use public transportation as best as possible.
Restrooms : Available
Phone number : 0568-39-6123 (Komaki City Tourism Association)
*: 9:00 AM-5:15 PM (Closed Thursdays)
Holidays : 3:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Perks for Japanese-style dressing : Guests showing up fashioning Japanese traditional garments such as kimono, hakama, jinbe and etc. will be entitled a matcha green tea service with Japanese Wagashi sweet gift ticket.
Tickets distributed at the South Information Counter from 3:00 PM to 6:15 PM for the first 100 guests.

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 Sakae Station, take the subway Meijo Line.
    Alight at Heiandori Station and take the Meitetsu Komaki line.
    Alight at Komaki Station and 15 minutes walk.
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    5 minutes from Komaki I.C

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