Events/Festivals in March , 2019Page: 1/3
- 25/3/2019 - 10/5/2019
Tatebayashi City starts flying their impressive collection of over 5,000 streamers at the end of March, so that residents and visitors can enjoy the view of the streamers alongside the cherry blossoms.
Nabana no Sato IlluminationRead Later
- 20/10/2018 - 6/5/2019
Nabana no Sato was built with the idea of “a small dreamlike village along the Nagara River” in mind. The park, with a pond in its center, is lit up at night, and the area boasts one of the largest scale illuminations in Japan.
- 30/3/2019 - 14/4/2019
Arakurayama Sengen Park is the most popular view of Mt. Fuji in the Fuji Five Lakes area, and the beautiful scenery attracts tourists from within and outside of Japan.
- 9/2/2019 - 14/4/2019
“Huis Ten Bosch” in Nagasaki Prefecture is Japan’s largest-scale theme park, and it is modeled after a European cityscape. It will also be holding the “Big Tulip Festival with 1 Million Tulips,” which will welcome in spring with 700 varieties of tulips in full bloom, the most anywhere in Japan!
The Ueno Cherry Blossom Festival - TokyoRead Later
- 21/3/2019 - 7/4/2019
Every spring, gaggles of residents and tourists alike flock to Ueno Park to admire the beauty that is the cherry blossom. With over 1,200 cherry trees, Ueno Park prides itself as being one of Tokyo’s most popular spots for hanami, or cherry blossom viewing.
- 21/3/2019 - 3/4/2019
Rikugi-en is one of Japan’s Nationally Designated Places of Scenic Beauty. This traditional Japanese garden was built by Yanagisawa Yoshiyasu, favored retainer of shogun Tokugawa Tsunayoshi. The spring event “Illumination of Weeping Cherry Blossoms and Daimyo Teien” will once again be held this year.
- 1/3/2019 - 31/3/2019
The Inabe City Agricultural Park is located in Mie Prefecture. This park is home to 4500 plum trees of 100 different varieties, and people come to see the plum blossoms in bloom every year from February through March.
- 23/3/2019 - 23/3/2019
Daisen City of Akita Prefecture is famous for the “Zenkoku Hanabi Kyogi Taikai (National Fireworks Competition),” otherwise known as “Omagari no Hanabi.” The national competition, held in the summer, is one of Japan’s three major fireworks competitions. The fireworks season is greatly anticipated in Daisen City, a city of fireworks, so every year the city puts on a show of new fireworks! This year, the show is “New Fireworks Collection 2019.”