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15Aug
Nagoya News

Cormorant Fishing (Ukai)

Ukai is a traditional fishing method which uses trained cormorants to catch river fish such as sweetfish (ayu). This type of fishing …

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6Aug
Nagoya News

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Ceremony

Every August 6, “A-Bomb Day”, the city of Hiroshima holds the Peace Memorial Ceremony to console the victims of the atomic bombs and …

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16Jul
Nagoya News

The 72nd Ocean Day Nagoya Port Festival & Fireworks

This fireworks show (featuring around 3,000 fireworks), synonymous with summer at Nagoya Port, is held on the Umi no Hi (Ocean Day) …

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6Jul
Nagoya News

Nagoya-Oktoberfest 2018

Over 6 million people attend the world’s biggest beer festival every year in Munich, Germany which started over 200 years ago. The …

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6Jul
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Medea play by Theatre Iridescence

An adaptation of the Greek play by Euripides, Medea is a tale of love and revenge. It tells the story of a …

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23Jun
Nagoya News

FREEDOM NAGOYA 2018 Rock Festival

FREEDOM NAGOYA is Nagoya’s original free outdoor rock festival, with performances from a diverse range of Japanese artists. Bring a water bottle …

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17Jun
Nagoya News

NPO International Exchange Event – Summer Party

Hosted by the NPO International Cross Culture Promotion Center, the Summer Party provides Japanese and non-Japanese guests a chance to meet and …

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17Jun
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Let’s Try Shamisen!

The Shamisen is one of the best-known Japanese Instruments. In this program, you can try Shamisen and Hanabusa flow master will perform …

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14Jun
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Let’s Enjoy Rakugo in English!

Rakugo is the art of traditional storytelling that has been loved among the people over the generations. What ordinary people felt and …

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31May
Nagoya News

Inuyama Castle FREE Admission!!

If you plan to visit the Inuyama Castle ( Japan’s National Treasure) this month, wearing a Kimono will grant you a FREE admission ticket! Specially …

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