Iwaki Tsurushi Bina Festival

Iwaki Tsurushi Bina Festival

This festival was started in recent years as a way of celebrating the Nakanosaku District of Iwaki City, and rejuvenating the area. During the festival, hundreds of decorative items hand-made by local people from chirimen fabric – the fabric used to create kimonos. These Tsurushi Bina decorations, which come in all shapes and sizes, are traditionally given to young girls on Girls’ Day, in March.

Venue Details

Venue Details
Website https://kankou-iwaki.or.jp/event (Japanese)
Contact

Iwaki Tourism and City Planning Bureau

(+81) 246-44-6545

Best Season Winter
Entrance Fee 100 yen
Event details

Recurrence: Every early February

Access Details
Access Seikoukan, Nakanosaku District, Iwaki City, Fukushima Pref. View directions

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