The Motoshinmei Shrine Festival happens over two days in mid-September. Both days feature food booths and activities, with bon dancing. Day one (Saturday) features the big festival with taiko drumming from noon inside the shrine and in the surrounding streets. Day two (Sunday) features mikoshi (portable shoulder-borne shrines) from 13:30 to 15:50 — you can check the route here.
There will also be a small ceremony on Wed, September 14.
Listen to music in the good-vibe venue of Shibuya NOB this Friday. The bands Lampshade, Catchy Claws, Skull Skaper, Mother Slug, Pretty Litch, and DJ Greasy Records will be there, as well as popular Tokyo-based artist The Spilt Ink. It […]
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