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Found 2 tours matching "tenjin matsuri"

  • [July 25] Osaka Tenjin Matsuri Festival River Procession Viewing Seat Ticket (Temmabashi) Tenjin Matsuri River Procession (Photo for illustrative purposes only, ©Osaka Convention & Tourism Bureau)
    [July 25] Osaka Tenjin Matsuri Festival River Procession Viewing Seat Ticket (Temmabashi)
        

    1. Tenjin Matsuri is one of Japan's Three Great Festivals. Watch the river procession, one of the festival's main events, up close from a viewing seat right on the riverside! Participants will be guided to a seating area that is not usually open to the public. Includes 1 non-alcoholic drink and a Tenjin Matsuri guide book!
    2. During the river procession, the members of the parade and the palanquins are paraded up and down Okawa River on approximately 100 boats, including a boat with the divine palanquin. Have fun watching the decorated boats, and immerse yourself in the festive atmosphere especially when everyone joins in the Osaka-jime, Osaka's unique rhythmic clapping and cheering, as the boats pass by each other.
    3. Enjoy walking around the venue and drop by some shops and booths selling snacks and drinks!
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    • Duration
      approx. 4 hours.

    JPY 6,000

    per person

    Details

  • [July 25] Osaka Tenjin Matsuri Festival Land Procession Viewing Seat Ticket Tenjin Matsuri Land Procession (Photo for illustrative purposes only) ©Osaka Convention & Tourism Bureau
    [July 25] Osaka Tenjin Matsuri Festival Land Procession Viewing Seat Ticket
        

    1. Tenjin Matsuri is one of Japan's Three Great Festivals. Watch the land procession, one of the festival's main events, from a viewing seat. Includes 1 non-alcoholic drink and a Tenjin Matsuri guide book!
    2. During the land procession, celebrants numbering 3,000 in total parade around carrying palanquins including portable Shinto shrines.
    3. The festival is usually viewed under the blazing sun, but tents are set up over the seats, so enjoy watching comfortably. Have fun and join in the Osaka-jime, Osaka's unique rhythmic clapping and cheering.
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    • Duration
      approx. 2 hours.

    JPY 5,000

    per person

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