Tokyo Events This Week: Winter Markets and Speaker Series

Adriana Paradiso

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Tokyo events for Monday, January 14 to Sunday, January 20, 2019

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Boroichi Market | Photo by Aaron Baggett

Boroichi Market I

One of our favorite markets in Tokyo! It only comes around twice a year, but guarantees a fun atmosphere with games, food and drink, a four-century-long history and cheapo deals awaiting you at every stall.

 Boroichi Market I

Dates:15th Jan–16th Jan, 2020
Entry:Free

PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 162

PechaKucha is a guest speaker series event where presenters share their creative passions that cover every possible range of subjects. A uniqe experience every time!



 PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 162

Pecha Kucha Vol. 162
Dates:16th Jan, 2019
Entry:
Adults:
On the door: ¥1,000

Amnesty International’s Pub Quiz

A night of classic pub trivia and prizes all while helping out a good cause.

 Amnesty International's Pub Quiz

Dates:16th Jan, 2019
Entry:
Adults:
On the door: ¥1,000

Furusato Festival Tokyo

The Furusato Matsuri showcases the smorgasbord of regional cuisines and cultural festivals from all over Japan.

 Furusato Festival Tokyo

Dates:Mid Jan, 2020
Entry:¥1,000 – ¥1,700

Tokyo Jokeyo

For the comedy lover or the brave comic in you, head to Meguro Tavern for an open-mic stand-up show.

 Tokyo Jokeyo

Tokyo Jokeyo Comedy
Dates:30th May, 2019
Entry:Free

Earth Garden Winter Festival

A two-day outdoor market at Yoyogi Park where the food, workshops, and products being offered all promote ecological living—so you can feel good about going and also what you bring home. The event square will also have a stream of musical performances spanning both days.

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 Earth Garden Winter Festival

earth garden festival yoyogi park
Dates:Mid Jan, 2020
Entry:Free

Women Entrepreneur Night: Vol 9

An event helping create a business network of current and future female entrepreneurs/leader in a friendly, bilingual environment.

 Women Entrepreneur Night: vol 9

Women Night vol 9
Dates:20th Jan, 2019
Entry:¥2,500 – ¥3,500

Inju: Into the Darkness

A play inspired by the works of famed Japanese novelist Edogawa Rampo. English audio guides are available.

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Cyber Duchamp

Inspired by the works of French artist Marcel Duchamp, Terai investigates the idea of authorship, ownership, and art production in the digital age in his new series of paintings.

 Cyber Duchamp

Cyber Duchamp Art
Dates:18th Jan–25th Jan, 2019
Entry:Free

Live from the Kitchen Disco Vol. 56

A free night of music in an Indian restaurant where cold beer and a friendly crowd is always on the menu.

 Live from the Kitchen Disco Vol.56

Live From the Kitchen Disco Christmas
Dates:20th Jan, 2019
Entry:Free

Yeka Haski : “Character a day”

Tokyo-based artist Yeka Haski exhibits her colourful characters at Mograg art gallery.

 Yeka Haski : "Character a day"

Character a Day by Yeka Haski
Dates:5th Jan–27th Jan, 2019
Entry:Free

Midtown Ice Rink

The outdoor ice rink at Tokyo Midtown is up and running. It’s a fun and seasonal way to work off some of those holiday calories.

 Midtown Ice Rink

Dates:Early Jan
~
Early Mar, 2020
Entry:
Adults:
On the door: ¥1,500
Children:
On the door: ¥1,000
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Adriana's Tokyo favorites are: Mizumoto Park, Gokokuji Temple Tokyo
Filed under: Events, Things to do
Tags: Art, Comedy, Japanese Food, Markets, Music, Play, Theatre, Winter, Women
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