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2021 Performance Schedule: Ainu Ancient Ceremonial Dances, Akan Yukar “The Epic Story of the Fire God”, and Lost Kamuy

Available 11:00〜
11:30
13:30〜
14:00
15:00〜
15:30
16:30〜
17:00
20:00〜
20:30
21:00〜
21:30
Until March 20 2021 - - - - - Lost Kamuy
3/21~4/28 - - - - Ancient Ceremonial Dance Lost Kamuy
4/29~5/31 Sundays and holidays only
Ancient Ceremonial Dance
Ancient Ceremonial Dance Lost Kamuy The Epic Story of the Fire God Ancient Ceremonial Dance Lost Kamuy
6/1~9/30 Ancient Ceremonial Dance Ancient Ceremonial Dance Lost Kamuy The Epic Story of the Fire God Ancient Ceremonial Dance Lost Kamuy
10/1~10/31 Ancient Ceremonial Dance Ancient Ceremonial Dance Lost Kamuy Ancient Ceremonial Dance The Epic Story of the Fire God Lost Kamuy
11/1~11/30 - - Weekends and Holidays Only
Lost Kamuy
- The Epic Story of the Fire God Lost Kamuy
12/1~3/19 - - Weekends and Holidays Only
Lost Kamuy
- Ancient Ceremonial Dance Lost Kamuy

Red Salmon Festival 'Kapatcep Nomi'

Early July The landlocked red salmon, known as himemasu in Japanese, is native to Lake Akan. This traditional Ainu ceremony offers thanks to the many spirits of nature for bountiful catches of red salmon.

Marimo Festival

October 8th, 9th, and 10th The Marimo Festival has been held since 1950, with the goal of promoting conservation of the marimo. Attended by Ainu people from throughout Hokkaido, the festival features performances such as a torch parade and traditional Ainu dancing.