Meiji Shrine (Meiji Jingu) Autumn Grand Festival
Various Japanese traditional arts is dedicated
October 30th – November 3rd, Autumn Grand Festival will be held at the Meiji Shrine (Meiji Jingu) .
Annual festival will be held, which is the most important event on November 3rd, corresponding to the Emperor Meiji birth date who is the deity enshrined.
During the festival, various Japanese traditional arts is dedicated.
Such as Noh and Hogaku will be performed by Leading performers in honor the deities at the main shrine building on October 30th, November 1st, November 2nd.
In addition, the competition with a focus on martial arts will be performed on the last day November 3rd at multiple venues, which is provided in the precincts. Among them Yabusame is attracted many attention of the tour visitors. It shoots an arrow while galloping a horse in the samurai costume, when the brilliantly captures the target goes up a large cheer.
Because it is an opportunity to touch up close to the traditional performing arts that can not see usually, please visit the venue.
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|Event Name||Meiji Shrine (Meiji Jingu) Autumn Grand Festival|
|Dates||October 30, 2016 – November 3, 2016|
|Open Hours||【Performance in honor the deities】
・11:00- Bugaku at the main shrine building
・12:00- Noh, Kyogen at the main shrine building
・15:45- Sankyoku at the main shrine building
・11:45- Hogaku, Hobu at the main shrine building
・9:00- Kyudo at Budojo
・9:00- Aikido at the west approach
・10:00- Kobudo at the west approach
・11:00- Momote-shiki at Tresure Museum
・13:00- Yabusame at the west approach
・15:00- Satsuma biwa at the main shrine building
|Address||Meiji Shrine 1-1 Yoyogikamizonocho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo|