April, 11th

Description

There are more than 300 plum trees in Yutagawa Onsen's plum park.
During the Yutagawa Onsen's Plum Blossom Festival, you will meet the village's women and grandmas, ready to serve you a cup of green tea and their own manju cakes (cakes filled with adzuki beans sweet paste).
The festival is free to attend.
The food served during the festival usually ranges from 300 to 600 yen.

Participation fees: 

Free

Yutagawa Onsen's Plum Blossoms festival

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