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10 Must-See Tohoku Festivals: Nebuta, Morioka-Sansa Dance, and More! (2020 Edition)

Aomori, Hirosaki And Hachinohe Japanese Festivals (Matsuri)

Japan's Tohoku Region is where traditional culture thrives, and Tohoku festivals that reflect the history, traditions, and characteristics of the land are held in various places. There are many types of festivals in Tohoku, including the Aomori Nebuta Festival, which highlights gigantic floats, and the Yamagata Hanagasa Festival, which has a spectacular parade of about 10,000 dancers. In the cold region of Akita, the Yokote Snow Festival is also held, honoring deities enshrined in little snow houses called “kamakura.” Here we will introduce ten Tohoku festivals that feature various traits of the different regions during different seasons.

10 Best Spots to See Autumn Leaves in Tohoku: Naruko Gorge, Geibikei Gorge, and More!

Surrounding Areas Of Akita Gardens

Autumn in Tohoku starts in late September, when fall foliage season starts. From the red-and-yellow dyed mountaintops to the incredible autumn scenery passing by as you drive around, there are many ways to enjoy the sights of these beautifully changing leaves. Here, we will introduce ten best places to visit in Tohoku for autumn foliage, as well as the best time to see the leaves changing.

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  • Aomori, Hirosaki And Hachinohe
  • Fukushima, Koriyama And Iwaki
  • Morioka, Hiraizumi And Hachimantai
  • Niigata And Sado
  • Sendai And Matsushima
  • Surrounding Areas Of Akita
  • Surrounding Areas Of Yamagata
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