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Taiki Tourism Association
29 days ago
🎏 Announcement 🎏 of [Rekifune River Clear streams Koi Nobori] 2024 (Reiwa 6) degree Rekifune River Clear streams carp streamer is being held from 4/19! Displaying (installation) period: 4/19 (Friday) to 5/6 (Monday) The Rekifune River Clear streams Koi Streamer is an event that can be said to be a spring tradition in Taiki Town, where carp streamers swim along the entire width of the Rekifune River River from late April to early May every year. This year, the number of koi streamers has increased compared to every year, and carp streamers swim from the edge of the Rekifune River to the top of the riverbed. In addition, a mini event for children will be held on Sunday, May 5. There are many fun events such as fluffy domes, mazes, smart balls, balloon kite exhibitions, dance presentations by the Taiki Town Street Dance Circle, and molook experiences, as well as delicious gourmet food! Please come and visit us! Date & Time: 5/5 (Sun) 10:00~14:00 Location: Taikibashi Upstream Waterfront Plaza
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  • Taikicho, Hokkaido Prefecture
  • Carp Streamer
  • Golden Week (Japan)
  • children's day
  • Rekifune River
  • Spring
  • Hokkaido Prefecture
  • Hokkaido area
  • Photogenic
  • Instagrammable
Atami Tourism Association
Feb. 16, 2024
Himenosawa Park Himenosawa Park, a famous flower spot in Atami, is full of seasonal flowers! It is a natural park where you can enjoy full-fledged athletics. There are about 600 species of plants that can be found in the park. In an environment like a botanical garden, a variety of flowers are in bloom, from flowering trees such as azaleas to wildflowers. (The photo shows the azalea flowering in late April ~ early May) It takes about one and a half hours from Himenosawa Park, and you can also trek to Jukoku Pass while enjoying nature. "No matter when you visit, you will be greeted by flowers" Please enjoy the impressive flower scenery to your heart's content. Address: 〒413-0002 Shizuoka Prefecture Atami City Izuyama Himenosawa 1164 Phone number: 0557-83-5301 (Himenosawa Park Management Office) Access: About 30 minutes by bus bound for Motohakone from JR Atami Station→ get off at Himenosawa Park Admission: Free Parking: Free (Sazanka parking lot: 46 cars, 3 buses), etc.
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  • Hime-no-Sawa Park
  • Rhododendrons
  • Flowers
  • Mountain Climbing/Hiking
  • Instagrammable
  • Nature
  • Spring
  • Park
  • Carp Streamer
  • Cherry blossom viewing
  • ...and 10 others
開智国際日本語学校(Kaichi International School of Japanese)
May. 2, 2022
[English/Japanese] May 5th is Children's Day. On Children's Day, people decorate the outside with fish (carp) called Koi Nobori. Koi Noboris" are decorations to wish for the growth of children and their success in life. The Asakawa River in Nishi-Hachioji is decorated with many Koi Noboris (carp streamers). The carp streamers flowing on the river are beautiful and very moving. It takes about 25 minutes to walk from the school, which is a bit far, but please go and see them. May 5 is Children's Day. On Children's Day, we hold a fish called "Koinobori" outside (Koi Koi). "Koinobori" wishes for the growth and advancement of children. At Asakawa in Nishi-Hachioji, many events are held to decorate "koinobori". The streamers flowing over the river are beautiful and very moving. It's about a 25-minute walk from the school, and it's a little far away, but please go see it.
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  • Japan
  • Japanese-language school
  • International students
  • Study abroad
  • Carp Streamer
  • Hachioji
  • Events
  • River
Dylan Gibson
Oct. 20, 2021
I'm pretty sure this is the last photo that I have of my trip to Kumagaya. Was a really awesome time and I'd love to revisit sometime in the future. You can really feel the summer atmosphere with the koinobori and the clear skies as well. I wanted to walk along the canal and see how long it is and see if I could find any cool cafes, restaurants, or other shops to check out, but I was unfortunately short on time so I didn't get the chance. It'll have to wait for a return trip. Kumagaya was an interesting town though, so I'm sure I'll be able to find at least a few hidden gems to explore along the canals. I want to explore the rest of the city more too. It had some nice places to eat but I want to see more of the local culture, etc. next time I'm there.
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  • Japan
  • Saitama Prefecture
  • Kumagaya
  • Sightseeing
  • Summer
  • Carp Streamer

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