Festivals of Japan : Kyushu

Events across Japan. A collection ranging from traditional to seasonal offerings.

Late January - Mid-February every year (tentative)

Nakiji Gusuku Cherry Blossom Festival –Night Illumination of World Heritage Nakijin Castle Ruins–

Okinawa

Mid-February - Early March every year (tentative)

Nagasaki Lantern Festival

Nagasaki

Late March every year (tentative)

The Kanoukaen

Nagasaki

Early April every year (tentative)

Beppu Hatto Hot Spring Festival

Oita

Mid-April every year (tentative)

The Ushibuka Haiya Festibal

Kumamoto

Mid-April every year (tentative)

Nobeoka Daishi Matsuri

Miyazaki

Late April - Early May every year (tentative)

Arita Ceramic Bazaar

Saga

Early May - Late May every year (tentative)

Fukigae Dunes Sand Sculpture Festival

Kagoshima

Early July every year (tentative)

Hakata Gion Yamakasa Festival

Fukuoka

Mid-July every year (tentative)

Kokura Gion Daiko Drums

Fukuoka

Mid-July every year (tentative)

Terukuni Shrine Lantern Festival

Kagoshima

Late July every year (tentative)

TOBATA GION OYAMAGASA

Fukuoka

Late July every year (tentative)

Hamasaki Gion Festival

Saga

Early August every year (tentative)

Oita Tanabata Festival

Oita

Early August every year (tentative)

10,000 Eisa Dance Parade

Okinawa

Early August every year (tentative)

Hyuga Hyottoko Mask Summer Festival

Miyazaki

Mid-August every year (tentative)

Yamaga Lantern Festibal

Kumamoto

Early September every year (tentative)

Fujisaki Hachimangu Grand Festival

Kumamoto

Early October every year (tentative)

Nagasaki Kunchi Festival

Nagasaki

Early October every year (tentative)

Naha Giant Tug of War

Okinawa

Late October - Early November every year (tentative)

Saga International Balloon Fiesta

Saga

Early November every year (tentative)

Ohara Festival

Kagoshima

Early November every year (tentative)

Saito Tomb Festival

Miyazaki

Mid-November every year (tentative)

Taketa Bamboo Lantern Chikuraku

Oita

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