Jul/31 - Aug/4 Hachinohe Sansha Festival

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Jul/31 - Aug/4 Hachinohe Sansha Festival4.5

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 from 7/31 '20 to 8/4 '20

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※Due to the coronavirus concerns, most of events of Hachinohe Sansha Festival'20 such as Mikoshi Parades have been cancelled. Only the ritual of shrine will be held.
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Hachinohe Sansha Festival is the largest festival in Hachinohe region with a history and tradition of 300 years. It is held annually between July 31 and August 4. As one of the Important Intangible Folk Cultural Properties of Japan, Hachinohe Sansha Festival captivates its visitors with 27 great ornate floats, a procession of mikoshi(portable shrines), and toramai(tiger dance).
On On August 2nd, the peak of the festival, the event of Kagami-style Kiba Dakyu is held at the Chojasan Shinra Shrine.
Kiba Dakyu is a form of traditional martial arts performed on horseback which has only three forms left in Japan. The Kagami-style Kiba Dakyu of Hachinohe is designated as an Aomori Prefectural Intangible Folk Cultural Property. Kiba Dakyu is similar to polo, two teams (red and white) with four riders each compete to score against the other team. Riders use sticks with a net on one end to hurl a ball in their goal to score.

July 31st to August 4th Annually
July 31st (Eve festival)18:00~21:00

August 1st (Otōri (Departure))15:00~
Parade of portable shrine and floats
August 2nd (Peak Day)14:00~
Kagami-style Kiba Dakyu, 18:00~

August 3rd (Okaeri(Return))15:00~

August 4th (Last day festival)18:00~20:00 
Float exhibition and musical performance

Dates: July 31 - Aug 4
Venue: Hachinohe City, Downtown
Access: a 10-min walk from JR Hon-Hachinohe Station


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PurposeFestivals,easily accessible,parade,that you'll never forget,Traditional folk,night view,shrine/temple,sightseeing,major,let's hang out!
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5.02 years ago

Wonderful people

4.0in the last week

Even though it is a shrine, it has a mountain name like a temple, and there are Kagura people who follow the flow of Yamabushi Kagura, so I think that the Tohoku region is still a place of Shinto and Buddhism training. The character "Ogami" is an amazing character in which three □ are arranged under the Amekanmuri and a dragon is written under it.
As of April 22, 3rd year of Reiwa, the precincts were slightly under pressure due to the widening work of nearby roads. In addition, there was a portable shrine in the portable shrine, but the Float floats that should have been stored together were currently under repair and were absent.

3.0a week ago

本八戸駅 徒歩すぐに有りました義経伝説の神社とか

4.02 months ago

In the total guardianship of Hachinohe, Mutsu Province
A shrine that originated from the Hachinohe Sansha Taisai.
There is also a legend of Minamoto no Yoshitsune
A place where dignity and silence suit

4.0a year ago

I was asked to get a red stamp-I read something like a shrine explanation, and I was glad I came to visit-It was a cute girl who handled the red stamp-I corresponded to Miko in the future I felt like I had it ~ 😊 I was glad to respond politely and cutely😆 Thank you ~ ~ I was also pretty charming