Find the Best Japanese Festivals & Events on the Web

December 2022 Events    Popular Popular ObonsJun-Sep  New Japanese Festivals: 23 Fred Korematsu DayFeb Day of RemembranceFeb Cherry Blossom Events  Cherry Blossom LocationsFeb-Apr Cherry Blossom Map Boy's DayMay Largest Music ShowJun

  Los Angeles

 Nisei Week Events & Tips in Little TokyoAug 2022 Auto Car ShowNov
Obon Festivals & Practice:  12 Jun-Aug  Popular Obon FestivalsJun-Aug  Obon Festivals (Only):  12 Jun-Aug  Obon Practices (Only):  0 Jun-Aug  Obon MapJun-Aug
 
Los Angeles has Free Admission!NEW 

Explore 

All Japantowns 

Find 

Best Japanese Places 

 

Japantown Maps 

Let's Go to Japan

 Japan TravelNew    Add Event

Explore All Japanese Events & Locations

Show Menu
2023 Oshogatsu Family Festival Event - Year of the Rabbit - JANM (Free Event All Day)
2022 Artist Yayoi Kusama Aftermath of Obliteration of Eternity - The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
2023 - The 61st Annual Sakura Matsuri Japanese Street Festival (Largest Exhibition Event of Japanese Culture in the United States) 2 Days
2023 Annual Diablo Japanese Summer Festival Event - Bon Odori (2 Days) Japanese Food Booths, Taiko, Games..
2022 Life Cycles | A Bamboo Exploration with Tanabe Chikuunsai IV (Exhibition 07-28 to 01-15-2023)
2022 Ippakutei Tea House Tour Open House/Guided Tour Presented by JICC, Embassy of Japan
2023 Monterey Peninsula Buddhist 75st Annual Temple Obon Festival (Sunday) Bon Odori, Japanese Food, Entertainment, Ikebana Exhibits, Games, Crafts..
2023 West Covina Buddhist Temple Obon Festival - East San Gabriel Valley - Bon Odori Dancing, Taiko, Japanese Food, Martial Arts, Games.. (Sat Only)
March 11, 2011 Japan Anniversary Earthquake & Tsunami that Struck Japan & Radioactive Detection in the Pacific Coast Ocean - Help Japan
2022 The Samurai Collection - 25 Year Collection Focused on Japanese Samurai Armor - Largest Collection Outside of Japan-Anne & Gabriel Barbier-Muller
2023 Japanese New Year Event - Shōgatsu
2023 Higashi Hongwanji Virtual Obon Festival - Bon Odori, Live Music..
2023 - 75th Annual Japan Nite Summer Obon Festival - Idaho Oregon Buddhist Temple (Saturday) (Obon Dancing, Japanese Food, Live Taiko, Etc.)
× Note: Use Japanese-City on a wide screen (Pc,iPad,Laptop) versus phone for a better experience. See incorrect info contact us.

New Years Eve Event - Ring in the New Year (Ringing the Bell 108 Times on New Years Eve)NEW

New Years Eve Event - Ring in the New Year (Ringing the Bell 108 Times on New Years Eve)
Click For Location
Date: Saturday, 31 December, 2022       Time: All Day
San Diego - Buddhist Temple of San Diego
2929 Market Street
San Diego, CA 92102


Phone: (619) 239-0896
Website: Visit Website

For Map Directions: Click Orange Icon
Map of San Diego - Buddhist Temple of San Diego, 2929 Market Street

RING IN THE NEW YEAR EVENT! RINGING THE BELL 108 TIMES ON NEW YEAR’S EVE
Traditionally Japanese Buddhist sects invite their Sangha to the Temple to help ring the Temple Bell 108 times. Although we are closed in lockdown, this page is meant to allow you to join us in this tradition.

The symbolic meaning of the number 108 represents our human imperfections. The folk belief is that if we acknowledge our imperfections by ringing the bell at the end of the year, you will start off the new year with a clean slate, the opportunity to live life free of the imperfections.

(See one explanation of how the number 108 was selected)

 

   

Saturday, 31 December, 2022



Event & Festival Contact

Ring in the New Year Event, Ringing Bell 108 Times

Event Organizer Website

Website: Visit Website

For More Details From Event Organizers

Event Location Website

Visit Website

For More Details on Location of Event

Save Event & Festivals

iCalendar
Google Calendar
Windows Live Calendar

Share Event & Festivals


   

Authentic Japanese Gardens in the United States


Best Japanese Gardens in the United States

Japanese Rock 'Zen' Gardens in the United States


Best Japanese Rock 'Zen' Gardens in the United States

Japanese Teahouses in the United States


Best Japanese Teahouses in the United States




Japanese Event & Festival Categories