Ever wondered what happened when an artist and DJ collaborate? Connecting the Lines is finding out just that. Osakan artist Johnna Slaby is joining up with DJ Ellen from Tokyo/Brazil to create a unique night of creativity at the Mount Cafe in Kitahama. The event runs from 4.30pm – 8.30pm with breaks and the cafe will be staying open later so guests can admire the work and relax. Tickets are 1,000 yen on the door and include a drink – so if you’re curious, why not see what happens?
The Aizen Festival is touted as the first major summer festival in Osaka of the year. Along with Tenjin Festival and the Sumiyoshi Festival it’s also known as one of the three big Osaka festivals. Known colloquially as “Aizen san” […]
Take a seat on the Miyakawa river in Ise for one of the three biggest fireworks festivals in Japan. There are over 10,000 fireworks to be launched and pyrotechnicians from across the country attend to show off their skills. This […]
Compared to other festivals around the country, with only 3,000 fireworks, the Nagoya Port Fireworks Festival seems relatively small. Despite this, the scenic location for the event and its proximity to Nagoya attract a spectator audience of approximately 370,000 people.
Hakata Gion Yamasaka is a festival with a 750 year history that features fundoshi (that ever popular festival garment) clad men race elaborately decorated floats that weigh in at 1 ton. The event is one of Fukuoka’s largest with approximately […]