(TOP image) Image * Provided by Kawasaki Municipal Japanese Folk House Garden
The Beigoma Tournament "Minkaen Cup" is open to both elementary school students and adults.
This is the 19th time. Regardless of children or adults, we will fight for victory.
In addition to holding a practice session before the tournament, beigoma will be sold at the venue.
Beigoma Tournament "19th Minkaen Cup"
[Date and time] April 29 (Thursday / holiday)
(AM: Practice session) 10: 30-12 : 00
(Afternoon: Tournament) 13: 30-14 : 15 * Reception starts at 13:00
[Venue] Kawasaki Municipal Japanese Folk House Garden (13) Former Hirose Family * Subject to change
[Target for participation in the tournament] Elementary school students and above * Children under the third grade of elementary school must be accompanied by a guardian.
[Capacity] 30 people
[Meeting application] First-come-first-served basis on the day
[Tournament participation fee] ¥ 100 * Free participation in practice sessions
[Inquiries] 044-922-2181 (Kawasaki Municipal Japanese Folk House Garden / 9: 30-17: 00)
<Notes on participation>
■ Those who are not in good physical condition cannot participate.
■ You must wear a mask to participate.
■ For practice sessions and competitions, temperature measurement, disinfection of fingers, and contact informationOnly those who have completed the collection can participate.
■ To prevent infectious diseases, we do not lend beigoma or strings.
■ If you discover that you are infected with the new coronavirus or feel unwell within 2 weeks after the event, please contact Minkaen (Tel: 044-922-2181) immediately.
Outline of the event
Kawasaki Municipal Japanese Folk House Garden
This open-air museum hosts a collection of 25 traditional buildings, mostly from the Edo period (1603 - 1868). They were relocated to the museum from around the country. Every building has been designated a Cultural Property, and they house displays of agricultural equipment and folk tools used in the home. You'll feel you've slipped back in time while enjoying the seasons, including springtime cheery blossoms and autumn leaves. The folk houses host storytelling, performing arts, and lots of other events, as well as a variety of hands-on programs. You can learn about the buildings at an exhibition in the main hall, where they hold planned exhibits too. Their Traditional Craft Hall is open for everyone to experience old-fashioned indigo dyeing.About the facility Access