Mishima no Sainokami Festival

Mishima no Sainokami Festival

Mishima no Sainokami, which takes place annually on January 15, is held in order to bring prosperity to local people, and to give locals the opportunity to pray for a good harvest and the safety of their family. This festival has been designated as a nationally-recognised Important Cultural Property.

Venue Details

Venue Details
Website http://www.okuaizu.net/en/festival/
Contact

Mishima Town Tourism Association +81) 241-48-5000 mishima@oboe.ocn.ne.jp

(+81) 241-48-5000

mishima@oboe.ocn.ne.jp

Best Season
  • Winter
Event details

From: 15 January 2021

Until: 15 January 2021

Recurrence: Held annually on January 15

Access Details
Access Various spots in Mishima Town View directions
Getting there

By Train: Within walking distance of Aizu Miyashita Station on the JR Tadami Line

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