Articles for Events und Festivals in Osaka

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Kyocera Dome in Osaka

Osaka, the rebel, is an unusual city: the Kyocera Dome is one of the most flagrant example!

Otaue Festival

Otaue Festival

For bountiful harvests, nothing beats a dance and some songs! Discover the secrets of traditional rice planting at Sumiyoshi Taisha Shrine in Osaka.

Children, adults, teen, 70% of visitors to Himeji Yukata Matsuri wear a yukata.

Himeji Yukata Matsuri

They say it is the largest festival of its kind in Japan. Three days during which the colorful yukata replace jeans and gray suits. From June 22nd to 24th in Himeji, the Himeji Yukata Matsuri.

Kishiwada Minato Matsuri

Kishiwada Minato Matsuri

At the end of July, Osaka Harbor welcomes one of the largest firework displays in the city. Kishiwada Bay lights up with stardust.

Naniwa Yodogwa

Naniwa Yodogawa

At sunset, one day in early August, when the the cicadas wrap the twilight in their sweet ballad, after the intense heat of the day, the sky shines brightly over the Yodogawa River.

Aizen Matsuri

Aizen Matsuri

Summer is synonymous with festivities in the country of the rising sun.

Cherry Japan Mint

Sakura no Toorinuke

An unusual visit, the cherry-tree-lined driveway of the banknote factory of the Japan Mint (government agency), however offers some of the finest flowers every year.

Kishiwada Danjiri Matsuri

Kishiwada Danjiri Matsuri

A wave of screams and rainbow colors sweeps the streets of Kishiwada. Welcome to the festival of this small neighboring city of Osaka.

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