07-05-20208 splendid kasaboko and Yatai floats are pulled around according to the rhythm of Chichibuyatai-bayashi, a festive music of Chichibu. Its climax the Mikoshi-cleansing ceremony is when the mikoshi (portable shrine) made of unpainted wood is thrown into the clear stream of Arakawa River.
|Day||July 19, 20|
|Area||Chichibu City, Ogano Town|
|Location||Chichibu City urban area|
07-01-2020As one of the tales of summer, it is held as the annual festival of Yasaka Jinja (shrine).
|Day||July Fourth Saturday and the day prior|
|Location||Yasaka Jinja (shrine)|
06-30-2020The Buddha of Healing worshipped at the grounds of this Jigen-ji (temple) is famous as the protector of the eyes. This festival flourishes with street stalls and lots of visitors every year. Because its timing corresponds to the rainy season, it is also called "Ameyakushi."
|Location||Fudasho No.13 Jigen-ji (temple)|
01-01-2016Enjoy river rafting through the rocks of Nagatoro, Chichibu, that has been designated as on of Japan's special natural monuments, for a tranquil, relaxing, and at times thrilling ride! Listen to the fun boatman's guide information as you river raft in Nagatoro, offering fun for everyone from young to old. The kotatsu (foot warmer) boat of the winter is really popular!
01-01-2016The Hodosan Jinja (shrine) where Yamatotakeru and the mountain dog legends remain, the Chichibu Jinja (shrine) of the Myoken faith famous for the Chichibu night festival and the Mitsumine Jinja (shrine) where gods are said to reside deep in the moutains, are together known as the "Three Shrines of Chichibu." Many people visit the shrines every year.
|Area||Chichibu City, Nagatoro Town|