Kagawa’s hottest summer event is Monster Bash!
Rock out to Japan’s Best Rock Bands in Sanuki Manno National Government Park
There are some well-known music festivals in Japan such as Summer Sonic and Fuji Rock, but there’s one music festival that’s off the beaten path and not as well known. That Japanese music festival is Monster Bash in Sanuki Manno National Government Park in Kagawa Prefecture on the island of Shikoku.
Manno Park is known for its various flowers throughout the year, a cycling course throughout the park, and a famous Christmas light display which attracts tens of thousands of visitors every year. But at the end of August the park becomes the venue for a huge music festival hosting dozens of chart-topping Japanese bands such as ONE OK ROCK, Bump of Chicken, Maximum the Hormone, and Asian Kung-Fu Generation to name a few bands that have played in the past.
Get Your Tickets and Head For Manno Park
How to get your tickets for Monster Bash
Speak English at Sanuki Manno National Park
As many tourists who can’t speak Japanese have experienced, traveling in the countryside of Japan can be very difficult due to the language barrier. Luckily getting to Monster Bash and navigating around Manno Park is relatively easy. Step by Step Eikaiwa has been working with Manno Park staff members to study English required to greet English speaking guests and communicate with international visitors in the park through our English teacher dispatch program for businesses. So there’s no reason not to go to the next Monster Bash Music Festival in Sanuki Manno National Government Park.