Feb/17 - 20, 2020  Hachinohe Enburi Festival

Sightseeing information about Feb/17 - 20, 2020  Hachinohe Enburi Festival in Japan.


Feb/17 - 20, 2020  Hachinohe Enburi Festival3.8

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Hachinohe Enburi Festival is one of the 5 biggest snow festivals in Tohoku area of Japan.
Designated as an National Important Intangible Folk Cultural Property, the “Hachinohe Enburi” is a local dance performance expressing prayers for a good harvest. The dance is said to take its name from a farm tool called “eburi” (or “iburi/yusaburi"), which makes flattens the ground. It is a ritual for shaking the gods of the fields to wake them up and to put the people’s spirits into the earth.
The dancers, called Tayu, wear large, brilliantly-ornamented eboshi hats in the shape of horses' heads. Enburi’s most unique and distinctive feature is these hats and the way the dancers wearing them shake their heads around in wide arcs. The dance expresses the entire set of actions involved in rice cultivation, including sowing seeds and planting seedlings.
There are two types of dance: one called the Nagaenburi with slow movements and the other called the Dosaienburi with a quick tempo. Between those dances, other dances are performed, including dances for celebration, such as Matsu no Mai, Ebisu Mai, and Daikoku Mai, and the one called "Enko-enko" which is performed by children.

Dates : February 17 - 20, 2020

Dedicatory Suri Dance at Choja Shinra Shrine : February 17 7:00 AM~
Enburi Procession ・ Simultaneous Suri Dancing at Downtown Hachinohe : February 17 10:00~11:20
Enburi Performances(Fee required) : February 17 & 18 13:00~16:00
Enburi Photo Session : at Nejo Castle Ruins : February 18 & 19 11:00~
Enburi Open Performances at the public square in front of Hachinohe City Hall : February 19 & 20 13:00~、14:00~
Kagaribi (Bonfire) Enburi at the public square in front of Hachinohe City Hall : February 17 - 20 18:00~、19:00~、20:00~
Oniwa Enburi(Fee required / Reservation required)
February 17 - 18 16:00~、18:00~、20:00~
February 19 - 20 17:00~、19:00~

Address
Chojasan Shinra Shrine : 1-6-10 Choja, Hachinohe City, Aomori
Hachinohe City Hall : 1-1 Uchimaru, Hachinohe City, Aomori
Nejo Castle Site : 47 Aza-Nejo, Oaza Nejo, Hachinohe City, Aomori

PurposeFestivals,parade,Traditional folk,winter in Japan,if you are free,let's go,shrine/temple
Airport/Sta.Hachinohe Sta. (about 4.9km) Google Transit

Reviews

5.04 months ago

かがり火えんぶり見に行きました。らいとあとかがで、味があって日中のえんぶりとは違う大人な感じで素敵でした。子供たちが輝いてました。去年も来たが、今年は観客もたくさんいてビックリしました。

5.011 months ago

八戸三社大祭前夜祭の会場となります。運行する山車は見事でしょうが、ここで一堂に会する山車と囃子の共演は熱気を帯びていて、とても素敵なひと時でした。

3.03 weeks ago

乗馬🐎に関係する相談に行ったけど、親切で丁寧に対応してくれた。

1.04 weeks ago

あいもかわらずマイナンバーの住所変更に時間がかかりすぎ、しかも対応がつんけんしてる(案内係は親切)

4.0a year ago

4つ★は市庁本館前の市民広場への評価です。のんびりできる憩いの場で、八戸2大祭りのメイン会場にもなっています。
個人的には8月の「八戸山車大祭」より2月の「八戸えんぶり」を好みます。800年以上続く、こじんまりとした独創的なお祭りで、特にこの広場で夜に行われる「かがり火えんぶり」は幻想的。寒さ対策さえすれば素晴らしく楽しめます(ダウンコート、マフラー、ニット帽 必需)。
お祭り期間中の屋台では「じゅねもち」(蕎麦餅に、えごま味噌ダレを塗って炭火で焼いたもの)がおすすめです。