Tokyo events for Monday, June 24 to Sunday, June 30, 2024.

Get into the festival spirit with a traditional neighborhood dance festival in Asakusa or hop on over to an exhibition all about the Ghibli Park.

There are also plenty of parties, flea markets, and public picnics to join in.

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Oku Asakusa Bon Odori Festival

Taking place for the second time this odori matsuri (dance festival) is held to celebrate the area of Oku Asakusa. The main event will be a traditional Japanese dance called Bon Odori. Food stalls will be open from 2 p.m. and there will be entertainment throughout the day before the Bon Odori starts at 6 p.m.

Fresh Meat

If you’re here for drag that shakes up the show, Fresh Meat is the place to go. You’ll enjoy performances beyond the traditional, with everything from theatre to burlesque on display. The actors come from all walks of life, and range from seasoned pros to first-timers.

Kagaya Starry Sky World Exhibition

Around 100 pieces of the photographer’s work, including 32 new ones, will be displayed. The starry sky photographer, planetarium video creator, and digital artist Kagaya will have a special exhibition in Yokohama from May 1 to July 1. You can either buy tickets on the website or at the door.

Rilakkuma Pop-Up Café

Join Rilakkuma and friends at this adorable pop-up café as they celebrate the 20th anniversary of their friend Korilakkuma (the white bear). Everything, from the food to the interior, is inspired by one of the cuddly characters. On the menu are waffles with cute bear head toppings, mini parfaits, cakes, hamburgers, and more.

Junji Ito Exhibition: Enchantment

If you love Junji Ito’s macabre manga, the Junji Ito exhibition is a must-see. This exhibition showcases his unique style up close. Expect large displays of iconic scenes, as well as some unseen work.

Ghibli Park and Ghibli Exhibition

Studio Ghibli has been entrancing both Japanese and foreign audiences for decades. The exhibition contains artwork and models from several Ghibli movies. You’ll be able to see the hand-drawn art that inspired scenes from the iconic Spirited Away and Howl’s Moving Castle.

Yebisu Garden Place Foodies’ Picnic

Relax on the spacious artificial turf area and savor meals from top restaurants at Yebisu Garden Place, home to the famous Yebisu Brewery. Foodies’ Picnic combines food, film, and wellness into one exciting event. In addition to great food, there will be an outdoor cinema.

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