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Sites of Japan’s Meiji Industrial Revolution: Iron and Steel, Shipbuilding and Coal Mining

April to June, 2021

Spring Joint Campaign

A joint campaign by the regions covered by the Sites of Japan’s Meiji Industrial Revolution

〇Kamaishi: Yaezakura Festival at Hashino Mine (early to mid May)
https://www.city.kamaishi.iwate.jp/category/bunya/kanko_bussan/bunkazai/ [no English version]
〇Hagi: “Hagi Golden Week” Hagiyaki Pottery Festival (May 1 to 5), Hagi Great Tea Ceremony (May 3, 4), Walking Tour Through the Castle Town of Hagi (May 3), etc.
https://www.hagishi.com/en/
〇Yahata: World Heritage Walking Tour “Onga River Pumping Station Footpath” (mid to late June)
http://nakamap.jp/eventlist/entry.php [no English version]
〇Saga: Etsu Silver Festival (main event in mid June 6)
https://www.sagabai.com/ [no English version]
〇Nagasaki: Nagasaki Tall Ships Festival (April 23 to 27)
https://www.at-nagasaki.jp/event/51782 [no English version]
〇Kagoshima: “Golden Kamuy” anime X Sengan-en Garden (April 9 to May 9)
https://www.senganen.jp/2021/02/golden-kamuy2021/ [no English version]

【Information for visiting the World Heritage site】
http://www.japansmeijiindustrialrevolution.com/en/

*The schedule and content of the above event information may be changed depending on the weather or the organizer's circumstances. Please check the website before going out.

Tracing Japanese History via World Heritage Sites

Sites of Japan’s Meiji Industrial Revolution: Iron and Steel, Shipbuilding and Coal Mining

Tracing Japanese History via World Heritage Sites

For details of the event, please contact the tourist association.

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