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DJ SARASA and Brooklyn Terry: SpeakeasyTYO

Usually held on the first Sunday of every month across different Tokyo venues, SpeakeasyTYO is transforming into a worldwide participatory streaming party due to the coronavirus. All the DJs will play from their homes and participants from around the world…

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Sakura Tulip Festa – Cancelled

Although tulips were originally cultivated in the Ottoman Empire (present-day Middle East), most people now associate the bright, colorful bulbs with Holland in northwestern Europe. Luckily, Tokyo-based flower fans don’t have to go abroad to admire tulips. Located one hour…

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Bunkyo Plum Blossom Festival

Spring approaches and with it blooming trees. Although February is still a bit early for cherry blossoms, park and shrine visitors can get their fill of gorgeous blooms from plum trees. In the Bunkyo ward, not far away from Ueno…

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Setagaya Bread Festival

ATTENTION all bread lovers: the Setagaya Bread Festival is returning this fall to showcase various types of bread produced by bakeries from regions throughout Japan. An assortment of complementary jam spreads will also be available for purchase. Make sure to visit the “Bread University” to learn…

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Shimo-kitazawa Curry Festival

Shimo-kitazawa is not only famous for vintage fashion, but for the area’s many curry establishments. The ____ is held in the areas and has been held annually for eight years. During this years event, 142 shops will participate in the…

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Tokyo Grand Tea Ceremony

Tea has a long history in Japan and sado (tea ceremony) is a practice almost uniquely culturally important in that history. Tokyo Grand Tea ceremony gives visitors the opportunity to try this custom, and with displays in both Japanese and…

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Virtual Bauhaus

Dive right into Bauhaus! This virtual reality immersion transports you to one of the headquarters of the famous art school, the iconic Bauhaus building in Dessau, Germany. October 1 – 4, at the Goethe-Institut Tokyo. Free admission (please register)

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