Muika Matsuri


A festival held every year on January 6th at Nagataki Hakusan-jinja Shrine praying for good harvest. During the festival, the national intangible folk cultural property "Nagataki no Ennen" is dedicated. In the second half, lanterns are hung on the ceiling and people scrambled for flowers. It is said that if you bring this flower home, your family will be safe and your business will be prosperous this year.

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Shirotori Interchange10 minutes
Parking lots
Ordinary cars 20 lots
Telephone Number
Opening hours
13:00 - 15:30

Facility service


Not support

For those with small children

  • Nursing room
  • Diaper changing table
  • kids space

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  • Wheelchair-accessible toilets
  • Ramp/elevator installed
  • omoiyari parking lot

For those with pets

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  • Space for pets available
  • Can be accompanied by a carry-on bag

Services for International Visitors

  • Foreign language menus
    English / Simplified Chinese / Chinese / Korean
  • Foreign language customer service
    ( English /Chinese / Cantonese /Korean )
  • Ingredient details in foreign language
    ( English /Simplified Chinese / Chinese /Korean )

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Five Hanagasa hung on the ceiling are cherry blossoms, chrysanthemums, peony, camellia, and poppy. As all the benefits are the same, so get your favorite flower.

Neko chief editor

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