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Onga Summer Festival遠賀町夏まつり


The whole town of Onga comes out for this yearly summer festival. The main event is the 1,000 person dance -over 1,000 people from all the various areas of Onga gather to perform a Bon Festival (festival of the dead) dance. The festival area becomes enveloped in a wonderful sense of unity. Onlookers are free to jump in and dance as well. In addition to shops, stands, and attraction events, some 3,000 fireworks are launched at the end of the festival, beautifully decorating the night air. The event venue bustles each year with the many spectators come from within the town and beyond.


Fukuoka Pref. Ongagunongachou Hirowatari 23-6 Inside Toka general exercise park (Kita-Kyushu / Kokura / MojiArea)

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Fukuoka Pref. Ongagunongachou Hirowatari 23-6 Inside Toka general exercise park [ map ]
Kita-Kyushu / Kokura / MojiArea
2019/8/24 18:00Start
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