Tickets for Jidai Matsuri are now on sale
The Jidai Matsuri is a grand festival of Heian Jingu Shrine that started in 1895 (Meiji 28) to commemorate the 1100th anniversary of the transfer of the capital to Heian. About 2,000 Kyoto citizens visited eight periods from the Enryaku period when Heiankyo was built to the Meiji Restoration period (Enryaku period, Fujiwara period, Fujiwara period, Yoshino period, Muromachi period, Azuchi-Momoyama period, Edo period, Edo period). It is one of Kyoto‘s three major festivals (Aoi Matsuri, Gion Matsuri, and Jidai Matsuri), in which you walk through the streets of Kyoto for about 2 hours and 30 minutes dressed in the style of the era.
Paid seating tickets will be on sale from 10:00 am on September 6th (Tuesday) so that you can watch such a big event safely and comfortably!
Jidai Matsuri: Shogun Oda Parade
Jidai Matsuri: Ishin Imperial Guard
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Paid Seat Ticket
The Kyoto City Tourism Association (DMO KYOTO) will sell bleachers after taking measures against infectious diseases so that you can enjoy the Jidai Matsuri in a safe and secure manner. * Sales contents may be changed or canceled depending on the infection status of the new coronavirus infection.
Sales Start Date: Tuesday, September 6th from 10:00 am
Number of Installed Seats: The number of installed seats may increase or decrease depending on the sales situation.
Kyoto Gyoen: about 4,500 seats
Oike Dori: about 3,600 seats
Heian Jingu Road: about 1,200 seats
Total: about 9,300 seats
Sales Price: Consumption tax included
General seat: 3,500 yen
Learning seat: 7,500 yen (Oike-dori only, with earphone commentary by rakutabi instructor)
Both seats are all reserved and come with a color pamphlet and an original carrier bag (made of non-woven fabric).
Number of Tickets: about 9,300 (individuals: about 6,300, groups: about 3,000)
* The number of sales may increase or decrease depending on the sales situation.
・Seven Eleven P code: 648-747
・ Lawson (excluding Lawson Store 100) L code: 54806
* Various fees will be charged depending on the payment method (according to the rules of each play guide).
* Learning seats are only available at Ticket Pia.
Kyoto Imperial Garden
Heian Jingu Road
Include Brochures and Bag
All seats are designated for both general and learning seats, and come with a color brochure and an original carrying bag (made of non-woven fabric).
Original Carrying Bag
Paid Spectator Seats and Rout Map
Paid seats include general seats (3,500 yen) and study seats (7,500 yen). The place where the learning seats are set up is only on Oike-dori, and the lecturer of “Rakutabi” who is a member of the Kyoto City Tourism Association is in charge of guiding. Please enjoy the Jidai Matsuri up close, along with commentary from an instructor who knows Kyoto inside and out. Both seats are all reserved and come with a color pamphlet and an original carrier bag (made of non-woven fabric).
Countermeasures for COVID-19 infection
In order to use the bleachers safely and securely, it will take the following measures against infectious diseases.
(1) Efforts at bleachers
- Keep a distance of about 20 cm between the seats to ensure that you do not touch the person next to you.
- Installation of hand sanitizer at the venue reception
- Calling for exit from the back row so that the audience does not crowd at the entrance
Reminder for those using the bleachers
- Enter with plenty of time
- Wearing a mask when talking in the bleachers area
- Eating and drinking is prohibited in the venue (excluding hydration etc.)
- To prevent the spread of droplets, refrain from loud cheering and long conversations.
- Refrain from visiting or viewing if you are feeling unwell or have a fever of 37.5 degrees or higher
- Disinfect your fingers at the reception before entering take home garbage
- Installation of the new coronavirus contact confirmation application “COCOA”
* Infection control measures may be changed according to the guidelines of the national and local governments.
- The use of parasols is prohibited in the bleachers as they block the view of the spectators.
- Please prepare your own raincoat in preparation for rain on the way.
- Flash photography and entry with pets are prohibited as there is a risk of cattle and horses running out of control.
* Sales contents may be changed or canceled depending on the infection status of the new coronavirus infection.
|Name:||Jidai Matsuri (Festival)|
|Date:||October 22, 2022 (Sat) Departure from Kyoto Imperial Palace Kenreimon Gate at 12:00.
Depart from Kyoto Imperial Palace Kenreimon (12:00) Sakaimachi Gomon (around 12:15) Karasuma Marutamachi (around 12:30) Karasuma Oike (around 12:50) Kawaramachi Oike (around 13:20) Kawaramachi Sanjo (13:00) 30) Sanjo Bridge (around 13:40) Sanjo Shrine Road (around 14:10) Niomon Road (around 14:20) Heian Shrine (around 14:30)
|Weather:||In case of bad weather, it will be postponed to the next day (Sunday). (Judgment early in the morning of the day)|
|Remarks:||・Heian Shrine Official Website
・Kyoto City Tourist Association Official Website