Tokyo events for Monday, September 30 to Sunday, October 6, 2019

This week, try delicious Hokkaido cuisine in the heart of Tokyo, catch the fireworks in Tamagawa or join a horror-themed street race.

Suggested Activity
Tokyo Good Old Bike Tour - Cycling Tokyo's Old Towns by Magical Trip
Cruise around the old towns of Tokyo on this 5-hour guided bike tour. In that time, you'll cycle 15 km, exploring traditional neighborhoods of Yanaka and Asakusa. There you'll visit shrines and temples—and learn how to worship. There's also time to buy some souvenirs along an old shopping street. Lunch and snacks are included. ...
Hokkaido Food
Photo by MIKI Yoshihito used under CC

Hokkaido Fair in Yoyogi

You need not leave Tokyo to savor all the gastronomical goodies that Hokkaido—Japan’s northernmost prefecture—has to offer (including crab, salmon roe, Hokkaido-style ramen and much more). The Hokkaido Fair is four-day food fest at Yoyogi Park with cheapo savings if you get there early.

Japanese Tea Party with Koto Performance

A chance to see a live performace of the koto—a traditional stringed Japanese instrument. Takes place in the perfect venue too: a four-decade-old green tea shop and cafe.



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!

Journey to the End of the Night: Horror Edition

Looking for a bit of unconventional fun? How about a mad dash through the streets of Tokyo as you evade pursuers and solve creative challenges along the way. This edition has a “horror” theme, making it a good primer for Halloween!

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.

Oedo Beer Festival 2019

Craft beer festival with free entry (unlike most other beer festivals in Tokyo). There will be a selection of international and domestic beer with glasses starting at ¥500 a pop.

“I don’t know the 70s” Art Exhibition

Fifteen illustrators gather and express their unique interpretations of the 70s.

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