Jul/17- 21 , 2020  Kawasaki Daishi Wind Chime Market

Sightseeing information about Jul/17- 21 , 2020  Kawasaki Daishi Wind Chime Market in Japan.


Jul/17- 21 , 2020  Kawasaki Daishi Wind Chime Market (canceled)3.7

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 from 7/17 '20 to 7/20 '20

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※Due to the coronavirus concerns, The Kawasaki Daishi Wind Chime Market has been canceled in 2020.
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"Kawasaki Daishi Temple" is one of most famous temples for avoidance of bad luck in Tokyo area.

The Kawasaki Daishi Wind Chime Market, (or Kawasaki Daichi Furin-Ichi,) is a 5-days event held in July annually, about 30,000 of 900 varieties wind chimes gather from all over Japan. All the wind chimes on display such as Kawasaki Daishi's original Daruma wind chimes, glass wind chimes, Nambu Ironware wind chimes, and more, are for sale.
In the evening of the final day, around 500 local dancers dressed in kimono parade around the temple while performing traditional dances.
There are also many food and drink stalls towards the back of the market.

Venue : Kawasaki Daishi Temple
Address : 4-48 Daishimachi, Kawasaki-ku, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa
Dates : July 17 - 21, 2020

PurposeFestivals,instagrammable,parade,spiritual places,Traditional folk,shrine/temple,sightseeing,an eating tour
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Reviews

4.0a week ago

素晴らしい場所だよ!very cool place+ I really like the old Japanese architecture of the buildings, and the environment! I definitely recommend this place

5.05 months ago

Lovely Buddhist temple in a charming neighborhood. Very quiet when I visited at the end of July 2020, probably due to Covid-19. There was a ceremony being held inside the temple with chanting. However, it's sadly not allowed to take pictures and record video/audio inside.

5.03 months ago

Awesome peaceful place.
Beautiful architecture

5.02 weeks ago

Many food booths around and inside the shrine in new year

5.0a year ago

Huge temple with a lot of history and interesting side shopping streets. Pretty interesting if you go at the end of the new years rush.