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Tsushima-City [Only Shrine Rituals Held]
Owari Tsushima Autumn Festival
(Owari Tsushima Aki Matsuri)

Date : 10/02/2021, 10/03/2021


  • [Only Shrine Rituals Held] Owari Tsushima Autumn Festival (Owari Tsushima Aki Matsuri)
  • [Only Shrine Rituals Held] Owari Tsushima Autumn Festival (Owari Tsushima Aki Matsuri)
  • [Only Shrine Rituals Held] Owari Tsushima Autumn Festival (Owari Tsushima Aki Matsuri)
  • [Only Shrine Rituals Held] Owari Tsushima Autumn Festival (Owari Tsushima Aki Matsuri)
  • [Only Shrine Rituals Held] Owari Tsushima Autumn Festival (Owari Tsushima Aki Matsuri)
  • [Only Shrine Rituals Held] Owari Tsushima Autumn Festival (Owari Tsushima Aki Matsuri)
  • [Only Shrine Rituals Held] Owari Tsushima Autumn Festival (Owari Tsushima Aki Matsuri)
  • [Only Shrine Rituals Held] Owari Tsushima Autumn Festival (Owari Tsushima Aki Matsuri)
  • [Only Shrine Rituals Held] Owari Tsushima Autumn Festival (Owari Tsushima Aki Matsuri)

Only shrine rituals to be held in 2021.

With around 300 years of history, this autumn festival takes place every year on the first Saturday and Sunday of October. The main attractions are the floats adorned with karakuri mechanized doll puppets. Sixteen dazzling floats weave along energetically underneath the autumn skies accompanied by the Tsushima festival music.

Owari Tsushima Autumn Festival

The karakuri puppets do calligraphy, fly in the air, act out various scenes, and generally leave the audience rapt. There's so much excitement to be had in Shagiri, where the front wheels of the float are lifted from the ground so that it turns gallantly. The Ishitori Matsuri car threads through the gorgeous floats ringing bells and banging drums, and bearing traditional Kagura Shinto music from great flute and taiko drum players.

EVENT OVERVIEW

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Date : October 2 (Saturday) and 3 (Sunday), 2021
*: Only shrine rituals held in 2021
Place : In front of Tsushima Station, Tsushima Shrine, and other locations
Location : 〒496-0851
1 Shinmei-cho, Tsushima-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
(Tsushima Shrine)
Parking : Available (temporary parking provided at the City West Elementary School)
*: Availability subject to change depending on the weather
Restrooms : Available
Phone number : 0567-28-8051 (Tsushima City Tourist Association)
Weekdays 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
0567-55-9663 (Tsushima City Department of Industry, Industrial Development Division)
Weekdays 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

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
    15 min. westwards walk from Tsushima Station of the Meitetsu Tsushima Line/Meitetsu Bisai Line (from Nagoya Station, either take the Meitetsu Nagoya Line train bound for Inuyama/Gifu and change trains at Sukaguchi Station, or take either Kintetsu Nagoya Line or JR Kansai Main Line and change trains at Yatomi Station).
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    •Approx. 15 min. from Yatomi I.C. of the Higashi-Meihan Expressway via National Route 155.
    •Approx. 35 min. from Bisai I.C. of the Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway via National Route 155.

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