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Shitara-Town Historic Damine Castle Festival
(Rekishi-no-Sato Damine-jo Matsuri)

Date : 09/30/2018


  • Historic Damine Castle Festival (Rekishi-no-Sato Damine-jo Matsuri)
  • Historic Damine Castle Festival (Rekishi-no-Sato Damine-jo Matsuri)
  • Historic Damine Castle Festival (Rekishi-no-Sato Damine-jo Matsuri)

Are You a Fan of Japan History, Samurai Customs and Old Japanese Traditions?

Then, the Historic Damine Castle Festival (歴史の里だみね城まつり Rekishi-no-Sato Damine-jo Matsuri), held in Shitara-Town, is for you! Interesting events await visitors at several venues around the area. Besides having a great time with the festival, this is a great opportunity to visit a rather unique castle from the feudal era!

  • Historic Damine Castle Festival (Rekishi-no-sato Damine-jo Matsuri)
  • Historic Damine Castle Festival (Rekishi-no-sato Damine-jo Matsuri)
  • Historic Damine Castle Festival (Rekishi-no-sato Damine-jo Matsuri)
  • Historic Damine Castle Festival (Rekishi-no-sato Damine-jo Matsuri)

EVENT OVERVIEW

  • Souvenirs
  • Parking
  • Restaurant
Date : September 30 (Sunday), 2018
Holding time : 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Place : Damine Castle
Damine Kannon Temple
Damine-san Nikkoji Temple
Damine Elementary School
Damine Local Produce Store
Location : 〒441-2221
9 Shiro, Damine, Shitara-Town, Kitashitara-District, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
(Damine Castle)
Parking : Available, free of charge (cap. 150 cars)
Phone number : 0536-64-5124
Damine Rural Environment Improvement Center (田峯農村環境改善センター Damine Noson Kankyo Kaizen Senta - 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM, closed on Mondays)
0536-62-1000 (Shitara Town Tourism Association)

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ACCESS

  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    From Hon-Nagashino Station of the JR Iida Line (board from Toyohashi Station, in turn reachable by JR Tokaido Main Line or Meitetsu Nagoya Line from Nagoya Station), take the Toyotetsu Bus bound for Taguchi (田口) and get off at Damine (田峯) (approx. 26 min. ride, 700 yen), then walk 15 min. (1.5km) northwestwards.
    *: When taking the bus from Hon-Nagashino Station, make sure to take either 8:19 AM or 9:32 AM buses, as the next one departs much later only at 1:50 PM.
    (Reference: https://www.toyotetsu.jp/station/491/P1/)
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    Approx. 25 min. northwards from the Shinshiro I.C. of the Shin-Tomei Expressway via Route 257.

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