Tokyo events for Monday, January 27 to Sunday, February 2, 2020
Chinese New Year celebrations continue this week in Yokohama’s Chinatown with traditional performances. Also coming up is free admission day to the Museum of Moden Art, an improv comedy night, a DJ party and more.
UZU is a new art exhibition focusing on the “swirl” that is the circle of life. By combining visual art and physical installations, the artists put the spectator at the center, inviting them to reflect on the evolution and transcience of life.
Improvazilla Comedy Night
Tokyo’s longest running improv night is filled with games, off-the-cuff creations and plenty of musical performances.
|At the door: ¥1,500
Nottooserious is a Moscoman-headlined DJ party at Womb, Tokyo’s biggest nightclub.
Chinese Traditional Performances
Yokohama will host various Chinese traditional performances on the 1st and 2nd of February as part of the Lunar New Year celebrations. Traditional dragon and lion dances, along with songs, harps and acrobatics should be expected.
Museum of Modern Art – Free Admission Day
The MOMAT is free this Sunday. The museum houses mainly Japanese works of the 20th century including a number deemed ‘Important Cultural Properties’ or masterpieces.
The Oedo Antique Market
A cheapo favorite, Japan’s biggest outdoor market is back at the Tokyo International Forum. It’s a great spot for finding unique souvenirs, decorating your apartment on a shoestring, or even just strolling around outdoors. The market will be canceled in case of rain through, so keep an eye on the forecast.