Sayama Tea and Flower Festival

by mariko September 23, 2018

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Sayama Shincha Festival

Have you decided on your plans for the Golden Week? On April 29th (昭和の日 Showa no hi, Showa Day), please come visit “Sayama Shicha and Flower Festival”!

This is an event unique to Sayama, a tea production region filled with the aroma of shincha and flowers. Discover “the tea city Sayama” through tea hand-rolling performance and tea picking event. Not only can you enjoy Sayama shincha but there will be many booths including food stand selling croquette using taro grown in Sayama!

Those that purchase shincha are eligible to participate in the lottery event for a chance to win special prizes!
(Agriculture Promotion Division)

Date/Time: April 29, 2015 (Wed, national holiday), 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Location: City Hall
*The festival will be held regardless of rain but weather conditions may cause changes or cancellation of some events.
*Only limited number of parking is available so please use public transportation.


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