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The Kakumagawa Bon Dance has been held on August 16th every year, but from this year onwards it will be changed to August 14th to make it easier for everyone who has returned to their hometowns for the Bon Festival to participate.
The Kakumagawa Bon Dance Preservation Society is looking forward to welcoming many people, including local residents, those who have returned home, and those who are sightseeing.
Kakumagawa Bon Dance Preservation Society
town with the times The surrounding environment will change leave something good new wind I will incorporate.
A traditional event bring prosperity to the town continue to benefit from this I will inherit.
Kakumagawa Bon Dance Originating in the Edo period It is a traditional event Cultivated by predecessors up to the present We will keep the tradition.
Kakumagawa Bon Dance is a traditional event that originated in the Edo period. We will continue to preserve the traditions of our predecessors.
Traditional events bring prosperity to towns. We will continue to enjoy this benefit.
The environment surrounding the town changes with the times. Leaving good things, we will incorporate new winds
Click here to see the history and origin of Kakumagawa Bon Dance.
We will guide you on how to participate in the Kakumagawa Bon Dance and how to rent a kimono.
Details of the venue and transportation information such as parking lots.