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Events/Festivals in April , 2019Page: 1/2

Tochigi, Ashikaga Flower Park -The Wisteria Festival 2019-
Dates:
13/4/2019  -  19/5/2019

Ashikaga Flower Park is a flower theme park located in Tochigi Prefecture’s Ashikaga City, around 80 kilometers from Tokyo. Flowers are available for viewing year-round in the park’s 92,000 square-meter area. One of the park’s particularly big draws is its wisteria flowers. The park holds over 350 wisteria trees, and it is Japan’s largest collection of wisterias.

Aomori Prefecture – Hirosaki Cherry Blossom Festival
Dates:
20/4/2019  -  6/5/2019

Hirosaki Park in Aomori Prefecture’s Hirosaki City is home to Japan’s oldest Yoshino cherry tree. The park features around 52 different varieties and 2,600 total cherry trees. Over 300 of the Yoshino cherry trees in the park are over 100 years old, and since these trees have branches that extend far to the sides and grow larger flowers, they create an incredible cherry blossom viewing experience.

Popular Curry Restaurants Vie for Dominance in “Hakata,” a Food Battlefield! Large-Scale Food Festival “Super Curry Grand Prix”!
Dates:
26/4/2019  -  6/5/2019

“Hakata” is a food district that is known as a battlefield for restaurants. That very place is to be the location of the large-scale food event “Super Curry Grand Prix”! Talented “spice masters” from across Japan will gather in Hakata! Also, running at the same time will be the “Gekikara Beer Garden,” another must-see event!

Iwate Prefecture: Kitakami Tenshochi
Dates:
15/4/2019  -  6/5/2019

In Kitakami Tenshochi Park you will find rows of Yoshino cherry trees around 100 years old lining a 2 kilometer stretch of Kitakami River, creating a beautiful cherry blossom tunnel. Around 300 carp-shaped streamers fill the sky around Kitakami River during the cherry blossom festival, and there are also sightseeing carriages and pleasure boats available for guests as well.

Nabana no Sato Illumination
Dates:
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.