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Hoze Festivalほぜ祭り


An event conducted by Kirishima Shrine to thank the gods for a bountiful harvest. Various traditional and comical dances and performances are held, local youth sports groups carry around portable shrines, and large teams of women hold synchronized dance performances. A market is held selling local Kirishima dishes and specialty products, and the shrine buzzes with visitors.


Kagoshima Pref. Kirishimashi Kirishimataguchi 2608-5

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Kagoshima Pref. Kirishimashi Kirishimataguchi 2608-5 [map]



2019/11/23 10:00-15:00
Time is for festival on grounds of Kirishima Jingu Shrine. Events such as gateball starts in vicinity 10:00.
Average attendance
Street stall

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