Events & Festivals in 2018

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Event schedules are subject to change at discretion of event organizers. Other events may be scheduled during 2018.  For more information, Contact Sado Tourist Information Office at 0259-27-5000  or write e-mail to: info@visitsado.com

a) Location
b) Attractions

 

June
2-3 Yoi-no-mai Dance Parade  
10 Sado Kanzo (yellow-day-lilies)  Matsuri Festival 
15 Hamochi Matsuri Festival
15-16 Ryotsu Matsuri Festival
17 Sado Ogi Tarai bune & Sazae Matsuri Festival 
July
21-22

Kozan Matsuri Festival featuring Kodo



Yoi-no-mai Dance Parade (June 2-3)
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a) Kyomachi (Aikawa area)
b) Folkdance parades in Kyomachi Street where old vestiges remain.   
Video Clip 


Sado Kanzo (yellow-day-lilies) Matsuri Festival 
(June 10)
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a) Ono-game
b) Onidaiko, folksongs, Karaoke competitions and other festive attractions held on a background of allies of yellow-day-lilies. Also see Scenic SpotsVideo Clip


Hamochi Matsuri Festival (June 15)
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a) Sugawara Shrine, Kusakari Shirne and the Hamochi vicinity. 
b) Tsuburo-sashi, large-lion-costume dances, onidaiko and more. Noh play is presented at the Kusakari Shrine in the evening.   Video Clip1   Video Clip2  Also See Noh Theater.


Ryotsu Matsuri Fstival (June 15-16)
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a) Ryotsu Shopping Arcades
b) Tug-of-war competition, Onidaiko and Mikoshi (a portable shrine).  
All events are held in the evening.
Video Clip1  Video Clip2   Video Clip3     


Sado Ogi Tarai-bune & Sazae Matsuri Festival (June 17)
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a) Ogi Minato Koen Open Space
b) Tarai-bune wooden tub boat racing and other local entertainment performances and attractions.
Video Clip


Kozan Matsuri Festival (July 21-22)
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View Aikawa Kozan Matsuri Festival in a larger map

 

a) Aikawa Area
b) Parades, floats and other attractions.