Greeting Cards, Calendar with holidays, quotes and wishes for every occasion -
CalendarFebruary17 → Hachinohe Enburi in Japan

Hachinohe Enburi in Japan

Hachinohe Enburi in Japan is held on February 17. It is a traditional local dance festival where they welcome the arrival of spring and pray for a rich harvest in Aomori, Japan. みちのく五大雪まつり. This event in the second decade of the month February is annual. Help us Help us 
17 February - Hachinohe Enburi in Japan
Designated as an National Important Intangible Folk Cultural Property, the Hachinohe Enburi is a local dance performance expressing prayers for a good harvest. The dance is said to take its name from a farm tool called eburi, which makes flattens the ground. It is a ritual for shaking the gods of the fields to wake them up and to put the peoples spirits into the earth.

Similar holidays and events, festivals and interesting facts

Dialect DayDialect Day on February 18 (Amami Islands, Japan);
The Emperor's Birthday in JapanThe Emperor's Birthday in Japan on February 23 (birthday of Naruhito, the current Emperor of Japan);
Kitano Baika-sai or "Plum Blossom Festival"Kitano Baika-sai or "Plum Blossom Festival" on February 25 (Kitano Tenman-gū Shrine, Kyoto, Japan);
Omizu-tori in JapanOmizu-tori in Japan on March 1 (お水取り or Getting Water is a Buddhist festival that takes place in the Nigatsu-do Temple, which is part of the Todai-ji Temple, located in the city of Nara, celebrated from March 1-14)