Japan is a notoriously difficult country for vegetarians to navigate, and it goes without saying that vegans have an even tougher time satisfying their herbivorous appetites. But that wasn’t always the case. Traditional Japanese cuisine was largely vegetarian, so much so that in 1973 the Honorary Vice-President for the International Vegetarian Union proclaimed “Japan was vegetarian for a 1000 years.” Tokyo Vegefood Festa celebrates this tradition as well as all things vegan, with over 100 stalls offering everything from organic produce to raw food. Expect to see stalls from popular macrobiotic cafes and plenty of fair trade, environmentally friendly products. It runs 10am-8pm on the Saturday, and 10am-5pm on the Sunday.