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Festivals & Flowers in February

 Early February 

<Tohoku>
Traditional Snow Festival  (Yuzawa, Akita Pref.)
Noh - Traditional Performance  
 (Tsuruoka, Yamagata Pref.)

Namahage - Traditional Ceremony  (Oga, Akita Pref.)
Tug of War  (Daisen, Akita Pref.)
Kabuki - Traditional Performance  
 (Sakata, Yamagata Pref.)



<Kanto>
Poppy  (Tateyama, Chiba Pref.)
Camellia  (Oshima, Tokyo)
Rapeblossoms - Mother Farm  (Futtsu, Chiba Pref.)
Japanese Apricot  (Takasaki, Gunma Pref.)
Traditional Ceremony of Straw-made Snake
 (Funabashi, Chiba Pref.)



Tokai/Hokuriku/Koshinetsu
Traditional Ceremony  (Toei, Aichi Pref.)
Aenokoto - Traditional Ceremony  
 (Noto & Wajima, Ishikawa Pref.)

Rapeblossoms  (Tahara, Aichi Pref.)
Japanese Apricot  (Kofu, Yamanashi Pref.)
Traditional Ceremony  (Aga, Niigata Pref.)


<Kansai>
Yaya Matsuri - Traditional Festival  (Owashi, Mie Pref.)
Japanese Apricot   (Kobe, Hyogo Pref.)
Traditional Ceremony  (Asuka, Nara Pref.)
Kyogen - Traditional Comic Performance  
 (Kyoto, Kyoto)
 
Traditional Ceremony  (Rozanji, Kyoto, Kyoto)
Fire Festival  (Shingu, Wakayama Pref.)


<Kyushu>
Traditional Dance  (Takachiho, Miyazaki Pref.)
Traditional Ceremony  (Kanzaki, Saga Pref.)
Traditional Ceremony  (Kashima, Saga Pref.)

 


 Mid February 

<Tohoku>
Traditional Parade of Big Straw Sandal  
 (Fukushima, Fukushima Pref.)

Kamakura - Traditional Snow House  
 (Misato, Akita Pref.)

Fire Festival  (Senboku, Akita Pref.)
Kamakura - Traditional Snow House  
 (Yokote, Akita Pref.)

Traditional Parade  (Yokote, Akita Pref.)
Traditional Dance  (Hachinohe, Aomori Pref.)


<Kanto>
Pasting Ink on Face Festival  
 (Tamamura, Gunma Pref.)
 
Spring ceremony of hoe  
 (Tamamura, Gunma Pref.)
 
Traditional Ceremony (Rice Farming)
   (Itabashi Ward, Tokyo)

Traditional Ceremony (Rice Farming)
   (Itabashi Ward, Tokyo)

Japanese Apricot  (Tsukuba, Ibaragi Pref.)
Japanese Apricot  (Narita, Chiba Pref.)


Tokai/Hokuriku/Koshinetsu
Traditional Dance  (Toyohashi, Aichi Pref.)
Traditional Dance & Performance  (Shitara, Aichi Pref.)
Traditional Dance  (Ikeda, Fukui Pref.)
Traditional Dance  (Ibigawa, Gifu Pref.)
Joruri - Traditional Performance  
 (Hakusan, Ishikawa Pref.)



<Kyushu>
Traditional Throwing Ash Ceremony
 (Karatsu, Saga Pref.)

Traditional Water Fight Ceremony (Kanzaki, Saga Pref.)
Dolls Festival for Girl's Day  (Saga, Saga Pref.)
Horse Festival (Kirishima, Kagoshima Pref.)
 



<Kansai>
Japanese Apricot  (Tatsuno, Hyogo Pref.) 
Japanese Apricot  (Kitano Tenmangu, Kyoto, Kyoto)


<Chugoku>              
Naked Festival - Traditional Ceremony  
 (Okayama, Okayama Pref.)



<Kyushu>
Japanese Apricot  (Imari, Saga Pref.)
Walking on Fire Ceremony  (Takeo, Saga Pref.)
Hikanzakura Cherry  (Unzen, Nagasaki Pref.)
 

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