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Festivals & Flowers in May

 Early May 

<Hokkaido>
Azalea  (Hakodate, Hokkaido)


<Tohoku>
Traditional Dance Parade  (Oshu, Iwate Pref.)
Children's Parede in Samurai Costumes  
 (Oshu, Iwate Pref.)

Baby's Crying Sumo  (Hanamaki, Iwate Pref.)
Old Style Rifle Festival  (Kurihara, Miyagi Pref.)

Rice Planting Ceremony  (Takahata, Yamagata Pref.)
Kabuki  (Tsuruoka, Yamagata Pref.)

Rapeblossoms  (Hachinohe, Aomori Pref.)
Traditional Dance  (Hachinohe, Aomori Pref.) 


<Kanto>
God's Debating Ceremony  (Oiso, Kanagawa Pref.)
Rose  (Narashino, Chiba Pref.)
Rice Planting Ceremony  (Kasama, Ibaragi Pref.)
Shakuyaku Peony  (Kamakura, Kanagawa Pref.)
Tulip  (Nasu, Tochigi Pref.)

Poppy  (Shimotsuma, Ibaragi Pref.)


<Tokai/Hokuriku/Koshinetsu>
Parade of Floats  (Takaoka, Toama Pref.)
Fox's Wedding Ceremony  (Aga, Niigata Pref.)
Parade of Floats and Children Kabuki
   (Komatsu, Ishikawa Pref.)

Parade of Floats  (Chiryu, Aichi Pref.)
Parade of Floats  (Handa, Aichi Pref.)
Parade of Floats  (Nanao, Ishikawa Pref.)
Parade of Floats  (Nanto, Toyama Pref.)
Skunkcabbage  (Nagano, Nagano Pref.)
Japanese Iris  (Kakegawa, Shizuoka Pref.)
Rabbiteariris  (Chiryu, Aichi Pref.)
Azalea  (Sabae, Fukui Pref.)


<Kansai>
Azalea  (Ine, Kyoto)
Kettle Crown Festival  (Maibara, Shiga Pref.)
Kenketo  (partisana pole sword) (Ryuo, Shiga Pref.)
Ritual of Horses (Kuwana, Mie Pref.)
Azalea  (Gose, Nara Pref.)
Rabbiteariris  (Kyoto, Kyoto)


<Chugoku> 
The Late Emperor Festival  
 (Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi Pref.)



<Shikoku>
Kabuki  (Tonosho, Kagawa Pref.)
Rice Planting Ceremony  (Muroto, Kochi Pref.)


<Kyushu>
Parade of Floats (Buzen, Fukuoka Pref.)
Azalea  (Unzen, Nagasaki Pref.)
Traditional Dance Parade  (Fukuoka, Fukuoka Pref.)
Azalea  (Aso, Kumamoto Pref.)

 


 Mid May 
 

<Hokkaido>
Mossphlox  (Takinoue, Hokkaido)



<Tohoku>
Wisteria & Peony  (Iwanuma, Miyagi Pref.)
Rapeblossoms  (Yokohama, Aomori Pref.)
Parade of Lion Floats  (Sakata, Yamagata Pref.)


<Kanto>
Rose  (Kawasaki, Kanagawa Pref.)
Rose & Garden Festa  (Tatebayashi, Gunma Pref.)
Rose  (Yachiyo, Chiba Pref.)
Iris  (Itako, Ibaragi Pref.)
Noh Performance  (Narita, Chiba Pref.)
Parade of Portable Shrines  (Taito Ward, Tokyo)
Parade of Portable Shrines  (Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo)
Parade of Portable Shrines and Worriors
 (Nikko, Tochigi Pref.)

Rose  (Chofu, Tokyo)
Azalea  (Nasu, Tochigi Pref.)


<Tokai/Hokuriku/Koshinetsu>
Rose  (Kawazu, Shizuoka Pref.)
Mossphlox  (Toyone, Aichi Pref.)
Rose  (Kani, Gifu Pref.)
Cormorant Fishing  (Gifu, Gifu Pref.)
Parade & Fighting of Floats  (Takaoka, Toyama Pref.)
Rose (Hamamatsu, Shizuoka Pref.)

 

<Kansai>
Rose  (Kobe, Hyogo Pref.)
Rose  (Sakai, Osaka)
Rose  (Itami, Hyogo Pref.)
Aoi Matsuri (Historical Parade)  (Kyoto, Kyoto)
Parade of Buddhist Saints  (Katsuragi, Nara Pref.)
Parade of Portable Shrine  
 (Wakayama, Wakayama Pref.)



<Chugoku> 
Rose  (Okayama, Okayama Pref.)


<Kyushu>
Parade of Floats  (Tagawa, Fukuoka Pref.)

 

 

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