Cheapo Weekend for Oct 13-14: Fall Fireworks, Flowers and Food

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Tamagawa Fireworks Festival

This is the biggest fireworks festival in the Setagaya area (west Tokyo). It’s a popular one, so be sure to get there early to snag some prime seat space!

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 Tamagawa Fireworks Festival

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Dates:Mid Oct, 2019
Entry:Free

Narita Fireworks Festival

Another fireworks festival, this time in Chiba (Tokyo’s neighboring prefecture). See the cool night sky light up with 12,000 displays!

 Narita Fireworks Festival

tokyo fireworks
Dates:Mid Oct, 2019
Entry:Free

Oeshiki Festival

This is a Buddhist festival featuring 10,000 sacred lanterns carried from Ikegami Station to Honmonji Temple to commemorate the death of Nichiren—a revered Buddhist teacher who lived many centuries ago. Hundreds of thousands of people attend the festival each year.

 Oeshiki Festival at Ikegami Honmonji Temple

Dates:11th Oct–13th Oct, 2019
Entry:Free



Diwali in Yokohama

Celebrate the Indian festival of lights in Yamashita Park’s festival square area in Yokohama. Lots of tasty food (curries and breads) and entertainment (bollywood-style dancing, yoga) will be on offer—along with lots and lots of candles.

 Diwali in Yokohama

Diwali in Yokohama
Dates:Mid Oct, 2019
Entry:Free

Bake Neko (Supernatural Cat) Festival

The Bake Neko Festival, featuring a parade of varied versions of supernatural felines, marks the beginning of Tokyo Halloween season in our books. Want to participate? All you need to do is show up in a (otherworldly) cat costume and join the pack.

 Bake Neko (Supernatural Cat) Festival

Dates:Mid Oct, 2019
Entry:Free

Tokyo Harvest Fair

A festival fit for the season! Celebrate the harvest with a three-day food and drink fair.

 Tokyo Harvest Fair

Tokyo Harvest
Dates:Mid Oct, 2019
Entry:Free

Autumn Rose Festival

Flower lovers will want to check out early blooms at the Kyu-Furukawa Gardens—renowned for their extensive rose collection. Spend a morning strolling around the 20th-century Western-style garden and have your camera ready for the exquisite sights.

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 Autumn Rose Festival

Dates:7th Oct–22nd Oct, 2019
Entry:
Adults:
On the door: ¥150
Over 65s:
On the door: ¥70

Cosmos Flower Festival

Autumn at Showa Kinen Park holds a special place in our hearts as fields of picturesque cosmos flowers bloom during the season.

 Cosmos Flower Festival at Showa Kinen Park

Dates:Mid Sep
~
Late Oct, 2019
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Filed under: Events, Things to do
Tags: Autumn, Fall, Featured, Fireworks, Flowers, Food Festivals, Hanabi, Weekend
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