Here’s a detailed list of the festivals to be celebrated in Japan in the year 2013:
Japan will be celebrating Omizutori from March 1-March 14 whereas it shall be celebrating the festival of Takayama Matsuri from April 14 to April 15 and again from October 9 to October 10.On May 15, Japan would be celebrating Aoi Matsuri while Sanja Matsuri would be celebrated in Japan in the third full weekend of Mid May.
Japan has got many festivals all through the year and one such festival is the Hakata Gion Yamasaka which would be celebrated from July 1 to July 15. Even the Gion Matsuri festival would be celebrated in the month of July Tenjin Matsuri would be observed on July 25 and would be followed by the celebrations of Nebuta Matsuri which would be held between August 2 and August 7. Between August 3 and August 6, Japan would be enjoying themselves in the celebrations of Kanto Matsuri.
In the land full of festivals, another festival to bring the people of Japan together is the Awa Odori which is celebrated in this country between August 12 and August 15. From October 7-9, Japan would be celebrating the festival of Nagasaki Kunchi. After this festival shall come the festival of Jidai Matsuri.
Jidai Matsuri would be celebrated in Japan on October 22. The very last festival to be celebrated in the region of Japan is the Chichibu Yomatsuri which would be enjoyed between December 2 and December 3.