The taste of autumn-sammer in Meguro

The taste of autumn. Sanma from Meguro. Freshly baked radish grated radish. Add soy sauce. nice smell.
This year, fresh Sanma will come from Kesennuma City, Miyagi Prefecture!

◼️ Meguro Inhabitant Festival
It is a festival that can be enjoyed by everyone, including the “Meguro Sanma Festival”, “Furusato Product Exhibition”, “Omatsuri Plaza”, and “Children's Square” that started with the rakugo “Meguro Sanma”.
日 時 ️ Date and time
September 15, 2019 (Sunday) from 10:00 to 15:30
◼️ Note
The “Meguro Sanma Festival” organized by the “Meguro Ekimae Shopping Street Promotion Association” in front of JR Meguro Station is a completely different festival.
◼️ venue
Tado Square Park (1-8-25 Meguro, Meguro-ku)
Tado Elementary School (Meguro 1-chome 15-28 Meguro)
Meguro ward center
◼️ Contact Us
The 43rd Meguro Inhabitant Festival Executive Committee Secretariat (Meguro Culture, Sports Department Culture, Exchange Division)
Phone number 03-5722-9278
主 催 ️ Organizer, etc.
Sponsorship 43rd Meguro Inhabitant Festival Executive Committee
Support Meguro Ward, Meguro Ward Board of Education


◼️ Meguro's Sanma Festival

You can enjoy fresh “Yakisanma” from Kesennuma City, Miyagi Prefecture for free. Please enjoy Kesennuma's pride of Sanma with hot baked bonito from Usuki City, Oita Prefecture!
A "Sanma voucher" will be given to those who wear a wristband when lining up in line.

◼️ Oldness and product exhibition

A variety of local and regional products such as Kakuda City, Miyagi Prefecture, Kesennuma City, Miyagi Prefecture, and Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture, sell friendly products. The local store in Meguro sells agricultural products and Japanese sweets.

◼️ Festival Square

There are lots of fun shops such as restaurants, merchandise stores, and experience corners! You can enjoy watching rakugo and dancing in the hall and stage.
The Republic of Kenya, where Meguro-ku is the host town, also exhibits. Let's experience Kenyan culture at this opportunity!

◼️ Meguro Para Challenge

Experience wheelchair tennis and boccia in the Paralympic Games!

Meguro Inhabitant Festival (Japanese)
Meguro's Sanma Festival Kesennuma Executive Committee (Facebook) (Japanese)

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