The 10th ZUSHI BEACH FILM FESTIVAL 2019

The 10th ZUSHI BEACH FILM FESTIVAL 2019


If you’re not planning to leave the capital over the country’s longest ever Golden Week, check out Zushi Beach Film Festival. Established in 2009, this seaside festival makes the best of the incredible weather Japan in the spring has to offer. To celebrate its 10th anniversary this year, films such as The Neverending Story or Black Cat, White Cat will be screened alongside an array of excellent Japanese movies. Films start at 7pm every day and there will be live music acts, a bazaar and some workshops. It’s a good opportunity to get away from the insanely busy crowds in Tokyo.

Movies / General 1,500 yen、 High school students: 1,000 yen 、Free for junior high school students ※ Required identification

* There are days when charges may vary depending on the content of the event.
* 500 yen discount by the presentation of the identification of the person Zushi citizens!



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Mountain Tateyama, Big valley of snow festival 2019

Mountain Tateyama, Big valley of snow festival 2019


When spring comes, the Alpine Route is literally ‘carved through’ the snow. There are no other sites that can give this experience. Many people from all over the world are deeply impressed by the 18 meter high snow wall. Blue skies can be seen above the bus and white snowcapped peaks are visible between the walls of snow. If you wish to see the snow walls, it is recommended that you visit in June. Even in late June the walls are still over 10 meters high. As there are fewer visitors in June, you can enjoy a more relaxed sightseeing experience. Also, the weather in June is warm and more predictable. When walking on the snow fields around Murodo you may be able to see a white ptarmigan. In Tateyama, the Alpine ptarmigan are sometimes referred to as “messengers from God”. The birds will bring happiness to those who see them. They can be seen in Murodo from late May to June, especially in the area around Mikurigaike (pond).



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Experience of seared grilled bonito in Kuroshio Kobo

Experience of seared grilled bonito in Kuroshio Kobo


Known as the fishing town for line-fished bonito, try Nakatosa-cho’s bonito-searing workshop.
Enjoy our authentic straw-seared bonito cooking experience from our outdoor workshop area while taking in magnificent views of Kure’s fishing town and the grand Pacific.
Using generous portions of straw in the searing process, our extravagant Intermediate Course allows you to cut an entire bonito! And for those who have never cut fish before, fear not! All Tataki (Bonito-Searing) Workshop Courses come with an expert instructor.

Holding period:
April-October

Beginner courses:
And your fee (market value) +800 yen (tax included)
Experience and up to pack stuffed with baked the section up
Intermediate Course:
And your fee (market value) +1500 yen (tax included)
Experience and up to pack stuffed with fielding bonito whole one
Other
Finished bonito dishes, take-away or eat is also available on the spot in the pack justified.



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TOKYO SAKURA 2019 | SETAGAYA SEIJO

TOKYO SAKURA 2019 | SETAGAYA SEIJO

 

En ce début d’avril, “Sakura” continue au Japon, c’est probablement les derniers jours avant l’arrivée des feuilles et la disparition des fleurs, il faudra alors patienter jusqu’à l’année prochaine ou se rendre à Hokkaido, là ou la période de fleuraison est plus tardive en raison d’un climat plus froid.
Comme vous pouvez le voir sur la photo de droite, j’ai découvert par hasard les bâtiments des studio TOHO.

SETAGAYA Seijo |Mardi 2 Avril 2019

Shingen-ko Festival 2019 | JAPAN ATTRACTIONS

Shingen-ko Festival 2019 | JAPAN ATTRACTIONS


The people of Yamanashi celebrate the virtues of Takeda Shingen every spring, with a lion’s share of festivities occurring around the time of his death anniversary on April 12.
The Fu-Rin-Ka-Zan banner, representing a philosophy Shingen adopted from Sun Tzu’s Art of War are flown from one end of the prefecture to the other.
The Shingen-ko Festival takes place from April 7 (Fri) to April 9 (Sun) in 2017.
It is the largest festival in Yamanashi, with its main highlight being the Koshu Battalion Deployment, a reenactment of unrivaled scope where about 1,500 locals from all around the prefecture dress in traditional costumes and commence their march from the plaza in front of Kofu Station.
After a deployment ceremony and sake ritual Takeda Shingen, bathed in torchlight and surrounded by his 24 generals, leads his army along the streets of Kofu. (Will take place rain or shine.)
In this parade of Koshu Battalion Deployment, more than 1,000 people in samurai costumes marched through Kofu city, and on 7 April 2012 was recognized by Guinness World Records as “the largest gathering of samurais” in the world.



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Isurugihikiyama-matsuri 2019

Isurugihikiyama-matsuri 2019


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Holding every April 29 (congratulation)

Ishikari Hikiyama Festival will be held in the city of Ishidoba (around Ishiki Station).

It is a spring festival of Ishikari Ai Shrine continued from the middle of the Edo period.

Flower petals of gorgeous eleven groups (Gobo-cho, Minami Ueno-cho, Kitakamino-cho, Kami-Nitta-cho, Nakaninado-cho, Shimoun Okacho, Yanagi-cho, Hakocho, Konoya cho, Shimoda-cho, Imaicho) kneading around the streets I will.

While the other flower mountain cars in the western part of Toyama prefecture are provided with a theatrical body behind a pillar, it is a big feature that the hikiyama of Ishikari is provided in front of a pillar.

In the evening, we will not be engravings that can be seen elsewhere, not filling in the lanterns that will fill all sides with countless lanterns, and the lanterns that are attached will light up from the daytime.

The oldest hikiyama is Shiroba Town, Gobo town built in 1752.

It was interrupted for a while due to the awakening of the mountain hikiyama disturbance that bounced from Mt. Takaoka Mountain (forbidden to haul out the hikiyama of the outer ring) but now it is registered as a tangible folk cultural asset of Oyabe City and GW’s Toyama It is a tourist attraction.



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