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Katsushika Food Fest

Located in the far east of the metropolis, Tokyo’s Katsushika ward has a long but often obscured history. Held every year since 2014, Katsushika Food Fest shines a well-deserved light on the district and its numerous winding shopping arcades, home…

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Machida Jidai Matsuri

Come and experience traditional Japanese costumes, the Jidai Matsuri (or “Period Festival”) and a historical reenactment depicting the lives of warriors who were active around the Satoyama area of Machida during Japan’s feudal period. You can also enjoy performances of…

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Jimbocho Used Books Festival

Recognized for its collection of quaint bookstores, Kanda’s Jimbocho district is a hub for lovers of literature so it’s only fitting that the district becomes the venue for Tokyo’s annual Used Book Festival. The second-hand book event is the largest…

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Tokyo Toy Festival

Located in a renovated former school building in Yotsuya, there couldn’t be a more perfect location for the Tokyo Toy Museum. Unlike other museums which focus on gallery-like exhibitions and glass-boxed artifacts, the Tokyo Toy Festival embraces and encourages interaction,…

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Hibiya Cinema Festival

The Hibiya Cinema Festival is returning this fall to Tokyo. The outdoor cinema, the festival’s venue, is located at the Hibiya Steps Square and will screen various Japanese and International films. Cozy up in the cool autumn breeze and watch a free movie…

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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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Bake Neko Festival

The Bake Neko Festival is one of the most beloved Halloween celebrations in Japan. The Bake Neko, which translated means “demon cat”, is one of Japan’s most popular supernatural creatures. Everyone is welcome to join the parade— the only condition…

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Paraguay Festival

The 8th Paraguay Festival in Tokyo marks an especially important year: the centennial anniversary of diplomatic relations between Japan and the South American country. As with all cultural festivals, it’s also an opportunity to learn more about the country’s rich…

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Sarugaku Festival

Located in Shibuya, the impeccably fashionable Sarugakucho sits squarely in the upscale Daikanyama district and is the namesake for one of fall’s premier markets and festivals. Daikanyama Urban Village, stretching from the historic Kyu Asakura House to the Danish Embassy,…

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Zenkankakusai 19 – New Age Step

Well known for breaking the mould, dream punk quartet Gezan are bringing their hurricane of energy to Chiba for a once in a lifetime one-day festival. The concept is “food”, and through free entry and free food sourced from a…

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Tokyo Sport Festival

Asides from the Olympics and Rugby World Cup, this festival is the biggest sporting event in Tokyo. There’ll be more than 80 sports to play for free, or, if you’re not athletic yourself, watch the pros instead as Olympians and…

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