One of Japan's largest music events being held this year for the 19th time, Takatsuki Jazz Street is the model for multiple "jazz streets" held in numerous locations throughout Japan. This festival has been operating since 1999 by all local volunteers and hasn't stopped growing since.
Incoming Kansai Event
Temple Yukari Murasaki Shikibu, where Murasaki Shikibu has wrote "Genji Monogatari", "between Genji". Seasonal flowers throughout the year are also known as 'flower temple', and in the spring, about 600 cherry blossoms are blooming in the precincts, including Yoshino cherry tree, shinarazakura and Yamazakura. While feeling the relaxation of history, you can enjoy a tasty cherry blossom viewing.
Town house in the Tosa Town Taka Town has a doll figure that is cherished. Every "Ohina" has memories of the house and parent and child's wishes in it and the colored paper adorned with it is spelled with such "memories" and "wishes". Why do not you touch on your irreplaceable thoughts and wishes while enjoying "chicks stories" of about 100 houses? From Tosa Town Takatori Town where you walk slowly, your chicks story begins.
Hard Rock Cafe Osaka 2016 - 2017 Countdown Party. It is a party that is held annually for New Year's Eve. Ticket over-the-counter sales 5,000 yen (tax included) with American premium buffet and one drink, lock cover Live of the 70's and 80's by the Badasses and Hard Rock Cafe goods, meal tickets and other luxury prizes won the game competition.
Arashiyama Momiji Matsuri 嵐山もみじ祭. This is a Maple Festival. People in the 10th-century court costumes perform traditional dance, music and plays on the boats, which sail on Oi River around Togetsukyo Bridge. Many other events are also scheduled on the riverbank.
Dainenbutsu Kyogen 大念仏狂言. Kyogen performance on the Kyogen-do stage at Shinsen-en, located to the south of Nijo Castle.
Bunka-no-Hi Manyo Gagaku-kai 文化の日萬葉雅楽会. Ancient court music and dance are performed on a floating stage built on the water's edge at Shin-en Manyo-Shokubutsu-en in the precincts of the shrine.
Kemari Matsuri けまり祭. This is a festival of ancient ball-kicking. Priests in traditional attire of aristocracies in the 7th century demonstrate Kemari (ball-kicking), following the ritual.
Kumano-Kodo Emaki Gyoretsu 熊野古道絵巻行列. Elegant procession on Kumano-Kodo pilgrimage-way, featuring a procession of people wearing traditional costumes of the Heian period.
Gion Odori 祇園をどり. Traditional Japanese Dance. Admission is 4,000JPY. Please call Gion Kaikan for reservation.