Shinjuku Eisa Festival

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posted on August 3, 2016

Don't miss the opportunity to see Okinawan Eisa Dancing.

Eisa is a form of folk dance originating from the Okinawa Islands. It is a dance that is performed by young people of each community during the Bon festival to honor the spirits of their ancestors. Shinjuku Ward invites over 20 Eisa dancing teams from Okinawa to show their energy and spirit.

*Event dates and programs may be subject to change.

Access:
0-min walk from JR Lines, Toei Oedo Line, Keio Line, Odakyu Line, Shinjuku Station West and East Exit

Date Time Entry Address
Late Jul, 2017 Free Around Shinjuku Station East and West Exits
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