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Festivals & Flowers in Saga Pref.

 Saga 

<Arita>
Doll Festival for Girl's Day (Early February - Mid March)
Traditional Dance & Parade (Every 16 October)
Autumn Color (Mid - Late November)
Autumn Color at History & Folk Museum (Mid - Late November)
Autumn Color at Arita Dam (Mid - Late November)
Autumn Color at Kunimiyama (Mid - Late November)
Autumn Color at Ryumonkyo (Mid - Late November)

Arita Pottery Lantern Ceremony (Every 31 December)

<Imari>
Japanese Apricot (Late February)
Parade of Floats (Late October)
Fire Festival 
 (Every night before the 1st day of rabbit in December)


<Kanzaki>
Traditional Ceremony of Archery (Every 4th Sunday of January)
Traditional Ceremony (Early February)
Traditional Water Fight Ceremony (Mid February)
Autumn Color (Mid - Late November)


<Karatsu>
Big Bon Fire Ceremony (Every 7 January)
Traditional Throwing Ash Ceremony (Every 11 February)
Cherry Blossoms (Late March)
Traditional Dance (Early & Late September)
Traditional Dance (Every 15 August of the old calendar)
Traditional Dance (Late September)
Traditional Dance (Every autumnal equinox)
Tea Ceremony & Moon Viewing 
 (Late September, day of full moon)

Parade of Floats (Early October)
Traditional Ceremony of Repose of Souls (Mid October)
Parade of Floats (Late October)
Parade of Floats (Every 2 - 4 November)
Parade of Floats (Every 2nd Saturday & Sunday of November)
Autumn Color at Kankyo Geijutsu no Mori 
 (Early - Late November)

Autumn Color at Kagamiyama (Mid - Late November)
Autumn Color at Hachimandake (Mid - Late November)
Autumn Color at Kannon no Taki (Mid - Late November)


<Kashima>
Traditional Ceremony (Early February)
Cherry Blossoms (Late March)
Traditional Dance (Every 2nd Sunday of September)
Kashima Traditional Dance Festival 
 (Every 2nd Sunday of September)

Traditional Dance (Late September)
Traditional Dance (Late September)
Traditional Parade (Every 3rd Friday - Sunday of October)
Parade of Floats (Every 1 - 2 November)
Traditional Dance (Every 1 - 2 November)
Autumn Color (Mid - Late November)

Fire Ritual (Every 8 December)
Year End Traditional Ceremony (Every 31 December)

<Kiyama>
Traditional Dance (Every Autumnal Equinox)
Traditional Parade & Performance 
 (Every Sunday close to 17 October)

Autumn Color (Mid November - Early December)


<Miyaki>
Rice Porridge Ceremony (Every 15 March)
Traditional Ceremony (Every Sunday close to 12 September)
Traditional Dance (Every Sunday close to 15 September)
Traditional Dance (Every Autumnal Equinox)
Traditional Sumo & Ceremony 
 (Every next day of Autumnal Equinox)

Traditional Dance 
 (Every Saturday & Sunday close to 20 October)

Traditional Dance (Every Sunday close to 20 October)
Traditional Dance (Every Sunday close to 20 October)
Autumn Color at Takatoriyama (Mid - Late November)
Autumn Color at Ayabe Jinja (Mid - Late November)


<Ogi>
Japanese Apricot (Early March)
Cherry Blossoms (Late March)
Cluster Amaryllis Festival (Every autumnal equinox)
Traditional Dance (Mid October)
Traditional Dance (Mid October)
Autumn Color at Seiganji (Mid November)

Autumn Color at Kiyomizu no Taki (Mid - Late November)
Traditional Dance (Every 3rd Sunday of December)

<Saga>
Dolls Festival for Girl's Day (Mid February - Mid March)
Ceremony of Gratitude for Good Harvest & Luck 
 (Every 19 September)

Parade of Floats (Every Autumnal Equinox)
Traditional Dance (Every 18 - 19 October)
Traditional Lion Dance (Early October)
Traditional Ceremony (Every 10 - 12 October)
Traditional Dance & Parade (Mid October)
Traditional Dance (Mid October)
Traditional Dance (Mid October)
Traditional Dance (Late October)
Autumn Color at Donguri-mura (Mid - Late October)

Autumn Color at Obuchi & Mebuchi canyon 
 (Late October - Early November)

Shichimenso (Chenopodiaceae) at Higashiyono 
 (Early - Mid November)

Shichimenso (Chenopodiaceae) at Kubotacho 
 (Early - Mid November)

Autumn Color at Kawakamikyo (Mid - Late November)
Autumn Color at Jukkaen (Mid - Late November)

Autumn Color at Manjuji (Late November - Early December)

<Shiroishi>
Traditional Dance (Every 1 October)
Traditional Ceremony & Horseback Archery 
 (Every 19 October)


<Takeo>
Walking on Fire Ceremony (Late February)
Traditional Dance (Every Autumnal Equinox)
Traditional Dance (Every Autumnal Equinox)
Traditional Dance (Every Autumnal Equinox)
Traditional Dance (Every Autumnal Equinox)
Traditional Ceremony & Horseback Archery (Late October)
Horseback Archery (Every 29 October)
Aurumn Color at Chimachibo Koen (Early - Late November)
Autumn Color at Kitagata Shikinooka Koen 
 (Early - Late November)

Autumn Color at Keishuen (Mid November)
Autumn Color at Kofukuji (Mid - Late November)
Autumn Color at Mifuneyama Rakuen (Mid - Late November)
Autumn Color at Daishoji (Mid - Late November)


<Taku>
Traditional Dance to commemorate Confucius 
 (Every 4th Sunday of October)

Autumn Color (Mid - Late November)

Fire Ceremony (Every 31 December)

<Tara>
Traditional Dance (Every 2 - 3 January)
Traditional Ceremony of Archery (Every 8 January)
Traditional Dance (Every 2nd Sunday of September)
Autumn Color (Mid November)

<Tosu>
Traditional Lion Dance (Late March)
Traditional Parade & Dance (Mid October)
Traditional Dance (Late October)
Traditional Lion Dance (Every 4th Sunday of October)
Autumn Color (Mid November - Early December) 


<Ureshino>
Parade of Traditional Dance (Every 1 - 2 November) 
Autumn Color (Late November)

Fire Ritual 
 (Every 2nd day of sheep and its previous day of December)


<Yoshinogari>
Fire Festival (Late October)
Autumn Color (Mid - Late November)


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