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Inuyama-City Momotaro's Setsubun Festival at Momotaro Shrine (Momotaro no Setsubunsai - Momotaro Jinja)

Date : 01/28/2018


  • Momotaro's Setsubun Festival at Momotaro Shrine (Momotaro no Setsubunsai - Momotaro Jinja)

Momotaro's Setsubun Festival

An event to celebrate the deity protective of the children, Momotaro Shrine, in prayer for the little ones' health. Enjoy the series of fun attractions!

EVENT OVERVIEW

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Date : January 28th (Sunday), 2018
*: Held even under rain.
Holding time : 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM / 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Place : Momotaro Shrine (Momotaro Jinja)
Location : 〒484-0002
853 Ohira, Kurisu, Inuyama-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Fee : For children of ages between 6th Grader of Elementary School and 3 years old. 1,500 yen / child (requires reservation). Includes Oharai Purification and Mamemaki Throwing Beans, as well participation in Mamemaki (includes Haori kimono and Hachimaki headband).
*: Limited to the first 50 participants.
Parking : Available, free of charge (cap. 200 cars and 10 buses)
*: Bus parking paid.
Restrooms : Available
Phone number : 0568-61-1586 (Momotaro Shrine)

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ACCESS

  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    From Meitetsu Inuyama-Yuen Station of the Meitetsu Inuyama Line (board from either Meitetsu Nagoya Station or from Inuyama Station), either take a taxi cab or walk 35min (2.6km) northeastwards via Route 185.
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    •Approx. 20min northwestwards from Komakihigashi I.C. of the Chuo Expressway via routes 49, 461, and 185, or;
    •Approx. 35min northwards from either Komaki-kita Exit of the Nagoya Expressway R11 Komaki Route, or Komaki I.C. of the Meishin Expressway / Tomei Expressway via routes 41, 27, and 185.

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#Setsubun
#Mamemaki
#Momotaro Shrine
#Momotaro Jinja
#Legend of Momotaro
#Concrete Statue
#Asano Shuun

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