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Neyagawa Festival Neyagawa Culture and Arts Festival
Neyagawa Festival Neyagawa Culture and Arts Festival

Sun, Nov 03

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City road Neyagawa station front line from Keihan Neyagawa station to Osaka loop line (nicknamed "Sawayaka Road")

Neyagawa Festival Neyagawa Culture and Arts Festival

The Neyagawa Culture and Arts Festival is a reorganization of the civic cultural festival that has been held for a long time. We will provide citizens with opportunities to experience culture and art, such as presentations. ☆★Schönheit Bijoux will open in the "Art & Culture Area"!

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Time & Location

Nov 03, 2019, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

City road Neyagawa station front line from Keihan Neyagawa station to Osaka loop line (nicknamed "Sawayaka Road"), Hinodecho, Neyagawa, Osaka Prefecture 572-0835, Japan

About the event

 http://www.neyagawa-np.jp/bunka-geijyutsu-festival/20190822.html 

☆★Schönheit Bijoux will open in the "Art & Culture Area"!

The Neyagawa Culture and Arts Festival is a reorganization of the civic cultural festival that has been held for a long time. We will provide citizens with opportunities to experience culture and art, such as presentations. In addition, we will actively promote exchanges between generations and promote the succession and spread of cultural and artistic activities.

We will hold "Neyaichi" (pronounced "Neyaichi") mainly on the sidewalk of the so-called "Sawayaka Road" that connects Hatsuhonmachi Park and Neyagawashi Station to the Civic Hall.

"Neya City" consists of "Art & Culture Area", "Flea Market Area" and "Gourmet Area".

"Neya-ichi" will be held at Hatsuhonmachi Park and the surrounding sidewalks of the Neyagawa Station Line (Sawayaka Road). There will be about 20 booths exhibiting handcrafted items related to art and culture, and about 30 flea markets selling disused items.

◇ Neyagawa Ekimae Line (Sawayaka Road) Hinode-cho, Hayako-cho, and Hatsumachi. City road Neyagawa station front line from Keihan Neyagawa station to Osaka loop line (nicknamed "Sawayaka Road")

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