Sky lantern floating on the night of Tanabata, at Sennan Rinku Park


A total of 1000 lanterns are beautifully colored. In addition to the launch of the lanterns, palm trees will be lit up, and DJs and performers of various genres will also appear in the venue to make the night of Tanabata even more exciting.

"Senshu Beach Lantern Festival-Put a wish on the lights that dance in the night sky-"

Date: July 3rd (Sat), July 4th (Sun), July 7th (Wed), 2021
Time: 17:00~21:00 (plans)
Place: Osaka Sennan Rinku Park (Long Park)
4-201 Rinkuminamihama, Sennan City, Osaka Prefecture
Fee: 1 LED sky lantern 4,000 yen (tax included) *Admission is free

*Please wear a mask at all times in the venue.
*We will install disinfectant sprays in various places.
*Pets are allowed to enter. Pets are not allowed.
*Only elementary and junior high school students cannot enter. Please be sure to come with a guardian.
*Please refrain from viewing outside the venue area. Please enjoy the view on the premises of “Sennan Long Park”.
*Lanterns can be taken home. When you take it home, wind the thread short and be careful not to bother others around you. You can also pick it up at the venue.

>”Senshu Beach Lantern Festival” Official Page
>”Lawson Ticket” ticket sales page



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