Sep 6
~
Sep 8

Re:birth Festival

¥15,000 (advance sales)

Held in the unusual setting of the Nokogiriyama Quarry, this music festival is a weekend of techno, house and Psytrance music. Featuring Kotaro, Tobias, Aymjet, PortaL, Tsutomu, Sunga, Yazi and Dani Savant among others, there will be three stages of music. Stage one and two will host techno, House and Psytrance while the third stage will host Slow House, Chill Psydub and experimental techno. There are camp sites around the water and parking too – so you can spend a weekend away from the world.

We have a guide to hiking Nokogiriyama (aka sawtooth mountain) which also has some tips on getting there – including trains from Tokyo and boats from Yokosuka.

Bus tickets are available for ¥4,000 each way, tent pitch tickets for ¥3,000, car parking for ¥3,000 and autocamp tickets for ¥8,000 which give space for a car and tent or a campervan.

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