Kyoto Bread Festival 2016. Each year with more than 50,000 people participating in this Bread event. Kyoto is a prefecture where has the most amount of bread consumption in Japan.
Incoming Kansai Event
Kyoto-dai Antique Fair 京都大アンティークフェア - This is one of the biggest Antique market held in Kyoto. There will be lots of house holds and old kimono are exposed.
Kurama-no-Himatsuri 鞍馬の火祭 - Kurama-no-Himatsuri is one of the most remarkable festival in Kyoto. It is also known as fire festival.
Jidai Matsuri 時代祭 is one of the three main festival in Kyoto. In this festival, there will be a parade of over 2000 people in Heian Era costumes as military, cultural, aristocratic and common people.
Nada-no Kenka Matsuri is fighting Festival or annual festival of the shrine. The highlight of this festival is three huge Mikoshi jostling by teams of loin-clothed youth in and out of the precincts of the shrine.
Kushi Matsuri 櫛祭. Comb Festival featuring a colorful parade of about 45 women having their hair done in various coiffures representing each era from ancient times to the present day and in clothes reflecting those eras.
Seimei-jinja Reisai 晴明神社例祭. Annual Festival of the shrine. Main event of the festival is Shinko-sai (a parade of Mikoshi led by a traditional boys' drums and fifes band, the carriages of the halberds, girls in beautiful attire, and decorated horses), proceeding on the main streets in the neighborhood of the shrine.
Heian-jingu Shin-en Muryo Kokai 平安神宮神苑 無料公開. Opening Shin-en (the sacred garden) at the shrine to the public for free of charge. Japanese bush clovers are usually in full bloom in September.
Hagi Matsuri 萩まつり. Japanese bush clover Festival. Bush clovers are beautifully planted all over the precincts of the shrine. Several Japanese traditional performances are scheduled.
Danjiri Matsuri だんじり. Festival known as one of the most powerful and exciting festivals in Japan. Men wearing happi coats pull over 30 beautifully-bedecked floats on the city's main streets.