Time Out says
The Kawagoe Festival has been going for more than 370 years and is famous for its huge floats parading along the city’s kurazukuri (old architecture) streets. Make sure you stay until the evening when the floats are lit up and the festivities reach their peak in a cacophony of drums, bells, flutes, moving floats and dancing, known as Hikkawase.
|Venue name:||Kawagoe Hikawa Shrine|
2-11-3 Miyashitamachi, Kawagoe-shi
|Transport:||Honkawagoe Station (Seibu Shinjuku line)|