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I've been on the busiest night and the crowd is massive. It's all fun but might be a bit of a struggle for anyone with young children, the aged or infirm. Lots of colorful and interesting sights. I imagine it's quite peaceful on non-festival days.
Here is for a money luck spot that is very famous in Japan!
Inside of Shirine, there is a “Chaya”= traditional and historical Japanese cafe.
Amazake that is non-alcohol sake which taste is sweeten with sake flavor.
Very historical drink in Japan and its cafe...More
I went this January to the Ebisu Matsuri and had a great time. We went on the last day, so it wasn't overcrowded. We could try many different traditional foods...most people gave us a sample and tried to say a few words in English (it...More
Nishinomiya shrine is famous for its annual Ebisu festival in January. For the first time, I went there for this festival. To my surprise, the street from Hanshin Nishinomiya station to the shrine was completely congested with the mass of humans. If it doesn't matter...More
"Nishinomiya Sakagura Renaissance(西宮酒ぐらルネサンス)" held until night Sunday on the next day from the afternoon of October first Saturday every year at Nishinomiya Shrine.
New sake is all you can drink for free of charge by this event.
Nishinomiya city is a landmark of sake brewing...More
I really enjoyed visiting this shrine. There are multiple buildings and statues, a nice garden, koi pond and cafe. If you are in the area its worth a visit. I went on a Monday afternoon and it was not busy at all. It was a...More