Various traditional arts groups from Narita city and other prefectures come together to hold various festivals and dances, such as the famed "lion dance".
Some of the highlights include the Narita Gion festival which has a 300 year tradition and the "Cherry Blossom viewing Dance" which originated from the Genroku era.
It is a rare opportunity to witness traditional arts and performances that would not be available elsewhere. There are also booths where one can buy souvenirs and objects in relation to the area and its tradition, as well as an Edo era cultural experience play area that can be enjoyed by adults and children alike.
In addition, the Kabuki of Ichikawa Danjuro, which originated from the God of Fire, first became popular in the Edo era and by how it increased the prosperity of the Narita-san area. This play, with "Characters from here in Narita, a taste of the Edo Era in Monzen-cho Narita" will also be held, with characters from all over the country featuring.
Naritasan Omotesando Street
- Address: Uemachi, Narita City, Chiba 286-0032
- Access: 5mins from JR Narita Station on foot