Hachinohe Sansha Taisai

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Hachinohe Sansha Taisai
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Letni festiwal Sansha Taisai, głęboko zakorzeniony w tradycji prefektury Aomori, ma już ponad 200 lat. Znany jest głównie z parady ogromnych, wymyślnych platform przedstawiających mitologiczne i historyczne postacie. Te ogromne konstrukcje są również częściowo zmechanizowane: z fruwającymi w powietrzu postaciami, ruchomymi częściami i dyszami wypuszczającymi dym. Oprócz 25 platform można tu podziwiać tancerzy wykonujących tradycyjne tańce lwa, tygrysa czy liścia bambusowego, a także akompaniament fletu i dudnienie bębnów. Festiwal odbywa się między 31 lipca a 4 sierpnia.
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yuren
Japonia1 contribution
Traditional festival
sie 2018
人ごみに疲れてしまいましたが、屋台も美味しくてとても楽しむことができました。
三社大祭専用のアプリがあり、山車を英語、中国語、日本語で説明してくれました。
ねぶた祭りに比べて海外からの観光客は少なかったですがこれから増えていくことを期待しています。
I am tired of many people.
There were many Chinese tourists and few Westerners.
However, the stalls in Japan were clean and safe.The food was also very delicious and enjoyable.
At this festival, you can see Sansha to Nebuta. You can take a VIP seat for 25$, but I do not recommend it, because the festival staff can not speak English.
There is a dedicated app for this festival, and even if you don't understand Japanese, you can explain in English the history and culture of the festival.
You should stop by before you see Aomori's Nebuta.
You should also use the Shinkansen if you stay in Aomori. 35 $
Buses are cheaper than Shinkansen, but staff can not speak other than Japanese.
As the time is the same as the Nebuta Festival, the price of the hotel is abnormally high.It is recommended to book the hotel early.
Written 22 lipca 2019
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Simone R
Melbourne, Australia1 581 contributions
Amazing festival
sie 2017 • Pary
This August we visited 7 festivals in Tohoku in 9 days: Hachinohe, Morioka, Akita, Hirosaki, Goshogawara, Aomori and Sendai. Of all of those this was one of my favourites.
The floats are huge, and so incredibly detailed, there's so much to take in. Add the flutes and drums and chants that are so prevalent in many of the Tohoku festivals, and you've got a feast for the senses.

The festival runs for 5 days starting July 31 each year. If you can, try and stay for two days: the first night is well worth seeing as all the floats are laid out stationary in the city, allowing you to see them up close at your own pace. Then stay for the daytime parade the next afternoon, where along with the moving floats you'll see amongst other thing wonderful Shishi (lion) and tiger dancers!
Written 9 września 2017
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