Anjo-Tanabata-Festival

Anjo Tanabata Festival is the festival performed from 1954 in Anjo-shi, Aichi. It’s held for 3 days on a weekend in the first week in August every year centering on a shopping area around Anjou station.

A bamboo ornament of a Star Festival comes to 1000. Sendai Tanabata Festival and Shonan Hiratsuka Tanabata Festival and is said to be Japanese three big Star Festival. The concept was changed to “wish Japanese best” more than 2009 years. The tourist who visits in 3 days spreads, and 1,000,000 people are exceeded.

Address (JR Anjo Station): Miyukihonmachi 1-1, Anjo-shi, Aichi (GoogleMap)

http://www.anjo-tanabata.jp/

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Anjo Station

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Anjo Station 34.959986, 137.087160 Anjo Tanabata Festival

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