The city where new and good old things gather on the Koshu Highway in autumn will be held again this year. This weekend is the Daiga Harajuku City, which will be held for three days from October 18th to 20th.
Daigahara is an area that flourished as a post town on the Koshu Kaido. Even today, Yamanashi Meijo, known under the name of Shichiken, and Kinseiken, famous for Shingen-mochi, line up the eaves, leaving a tasteful cityscape.
The city of Daigaharajuku, which is held in such a former post town, is an event that combines a craft city, an antique market, and a living plant market. Crafts are gathered in the city of crafts. In antique markets, good old things that have passed through the ages are gathered.
In addition, farm products and foods raised in this area also appeared at the venue. It is a lively three days with more than 300 shops gathering.
In addition, there is also a performance of the tiger head dance, a traditional performing art in Daigahara.
A city where old things, new things, and things that grew up rooted in the area gather on the historic road. Please come and play this weekend!
[17th Daigaharajuku City]