Nov/7 - 20, 2019 Tori-no-Ichi Festival at Hanazono Shrine in Shinjuku4.4
from 11/7 '19 to 11/20 '19
Approximately 10 mins walk from Shinjuku Station, in Kabukicho area, there is a Hanazono Shrine colored beautiful red.
Hanazono Shrine enshrines several deities including Yamato-Takeru who is a legendary imperial prince in 4th century.
Every Novevmber, the Tori-no-Ichi fair is held twice to commemorate the death of Yamato Takeru.
There are about 60 festival stalls selling "Kumade", which is lucky charm of prosperous business, and you can hear cheerful call from here and there. In addition, more than 160 stalls serving festival food and games are lined up in the vicinity of the shrine. In the precincts, over 1,000 paper lanterns are illuminated.
First Tori-no-Ichi Festival, known as Ichi-no-Tori
Thur, November 7 (eve of the Ichi-no-Tori), evening to around 2 a.m.
Fri,. November 8 (main Ichi-no-Tori), noon to around 2 a.m.
Second Tori-no-Ichi Festival, known as Ni-no-Tori
Tue, November 19 (eve of the Ni-no-Tori) , evening to around 2 a.m.
Wed,. November 20 (main Ni-no-Tori), noon to around 2 a.m.
Access : about a 7-mins walk from Shinjuku Station East Exit
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PurposeFestivals,easily accessible,,Traditional folk,experience,night view,women,family,if you are free,let's go,shrine/temple,sightseeing,shopping
Airport/Sta.ＪＲ Shinjuku Station (about 600m) Google Transit