Annually on April 17
The Marumage Festival originates from the story of geiko (geisha girls) who went to Senju-ji Temple to pray for a happy marriage in marumage style (with their hair in a chignon, which is the hairstyle of married women). Every year on April 17th, a parade of unmarried women in colorful kimono wends its way along the streets led by girls wearing flower-hats. (These days, anyone can sign up to join the parade.)
- Time：12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
- Venue：Central Himi City - Senju-ji Temple
- Address：Senju-ji Temple, 13-4 Saiwai-cho, Himi City, Toyama Prefecture