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Setsubun-sai (Day before the First of Spring) 節分祭
3rd February 1pm

Setsubun-sai (Day before the First of Spring) 節分祭

Originally, Setsubun means the division of seasons, but today, the day of Setsubun means the eve of Risshun (the first day of spring). In old Japan, people thought the division between winter and spring was the most important moment because it was also the division of the old year and the New Year.


4th February 14pm
Hatsuuma-sai (First Day of the Horse at Maruyama Inari) 丸山稲荷社初午祭
11th February 10am
Kigen-sai (National Foundation Day) 紀元祭
17th February 10am
Kinen-sai (Spring Harvest Festival) 祈年祭

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