Sep/14 - 15, 2019 Narita Traditional Performing Arts Festival4.0
from 9/14 '19 to 9/15 '19
"Narita Traditional Performing Arts Festival" takes place in Narita City, Chiba Prefecture on 14&15th of September. The venues are in open space in front of Mt. Narita outer gate and Naritasan Omotesando Street, and the third foor of the Narita City Culture Art Center (Sky Town Hall).
Including Narita City, traditional arts groups gather in hall prefectural inside and outside, and perform various festivals, dances, the traditional arts such as the lion dance.
From the city, "Odori Hanami Dance" handed down from "Narita Gion Festival" and the Genroku Era with traditions more than about 300 years appears.
It is the rare opportunity to watch the traditional arts that cannot be watched if not going to the local areas.
In addition, Yuru-chara, local mascot to promote its region, gather in one place from all over Japan, and perform a show on stage.
Dates: September 14(Sat) & 15(Sun)
Venue: open space in front of Mt. Narita outer gate and Naritasan Omotesando Street, the third foor of the Narita City Culture Art Center (Sky Town Hall).
Address: 828-11 Hanasaki-cho, Narita City, Chiba
Airport/Sta.Narita Sta. (about 1.1km) Google Transit
We guide this spot.
5.02 weeks ago
Amazing Japanese Buddhist Temple. One of my favourites in the country. Climbing the entry staircase takes you through the gate to another world.
Not nearly as dense with tourists as other temples, but has such am amazing atmosphere.
The walk down the market stall-lined streets of Chiba to the temple was v charming.
5.0a week ago
A famous temple in Chiba. Somehow there are many Unagi restaurants from the station to the temple. Once you arrive at the gate, you need to climb up a few stairs to reach the temple. This temple is very beautiful, and there is amazing park where you can walk around. Definitely visit the temple if you around the area.
5.02 months ago
It fantastic place to met some history of Japan and it is for free which is a great bonus! Some structures are form X century so it is really very impressive. If you happen to be around it is simple must see! Great experience .
5.03 months ago
So i had planned to visit this place before coming to Japan. Yesterday i finally went and i was not disappointed. Its free admission and the place is huge! There is a park connected to the shrine and this was very worthwhile. The park has a waterfall and 3 ponds. The size of the structures are incredible and you can get hand drawn stamps in the temple. Enjoy.
5.02 months ago
Visited during a long layover in Japan. Definitely worth the trouble of leaving the airport! The temple is beautiful and the grounds and trails are such a treat to walk. Wasn't too overcrowded when I was there mid-week, and there was a neat ceremony going on mid-day. Highly recommend!