Hydrangeas, called ajisai in Japanese, are in full bloom at Nichiun-ji Temple!
Celebrate spring and the beginning of the Reiwa era at this festival in Kamogawa City. There will be various food vendors, dances, musical performances, fireworks, and more!
Submit your photos of Minamiboso to this photo contest for a chance to win a prize! Submission deadline is March 20th.
Enjoy an early spring at Wada Town's annual rapeseed blossom (nanohana) festival this month. There will be a variety of refreshment booths, a flea market, mochi-throwing, snack-throwing. You can also buy fresh flowers and fish, as well as listen to a live band. Free ama-zake will be given out from 10:30 a.m. until supplies run... Continue Reading →
Houko Park, Cherry Blossom Festival抱湖園 桜まつり Houko Park ©Minamiboso Tourism Association WHAT: Cherry blossom festival. You can see gancho cherry blossoms, daffodils, red plum blossoms, and white plum blossoms. WHEN: Sunday, Feb. 2, 2019 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. (will be canceled if it rains) PLACE: Houko Park and surrounding area ACTIVITIES: There will be an... Continue Reading →
Plum blossoms are popping up around Tateyama Castle! The recent warm weather is perfect for strolls in the park. Only a couple months until cherry blossom season, when this castle becomes surrounded in light pink flowers.
WHAT: The 29th annual Minamiboso Flower March. The yearly event is a sister city walk with Blankenberg, Belgium that gets people together to celebrate our community, health, and sister city relationship. WHEN: Sat. 2/16, Sun. 2/17 (*march will proceed except in the event of extreme weather) WHERE: Minamiboso City Chikura Health Center (2705-6 Seto, Chikura-cho,... Continue Reading →
A new restaurant whose dishes are so delicious they should be in grandma's recipe book. It has a local coffee-shop vibe with a wide selection of coffee drinks, smoothies, alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails, mouth-watering dishes, and some of the most delicious desserts I've ever had. The chef's tomato basil pasta was (from an American perspective)... Continue Reading →