Tokyo events for Monday, June 24 to Sunday, June 30, 2019

This week, check out some art and music events, drop by a flea market or join a sake-tasting seminar.

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Tokyo Flea Market | Photo by shuzo serikawa used under CC

Sake Tasting Event

A ticketed sake-tasting seminar hosted by a licensed sake expert. The event will be followed by an afterparty with more sake and otsumami (“drinking snacks”).

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Exhibition of Yeka Haski “Plastic Party”

A solo exhibition by Yeka Haski, a Tokyo-based, mixed-media artist, that stirs a conversation about how we consume and produce waste today.

Tokyo LoveHotels Vol.8 #meetmeoutside

Tokyo LoveHotels is an arts organization that gathers local and international talents to share a night of art, music, experiences and love.

Transitions

A collection of 24 international and Japanese artists present Transitions, an exhibition exploring states of change.


Best Value Flights To Tokyo

Shinjuku Chuo Park Flea Market

A large market in central Tokyo where you can bargain-hunt for all things vintage.

Shinagawa Intercity Flea Market

Another weekend market where you can find a little bit of everything, including electronics, kitchen items, clothes, accessories and more.

Mt. Takao Beer Mount

If you like your beer gardens with a refreshing view, try the one atop Mt. Takao—the highest beer garden in Tokyo. Make sure you go hungry and thirsty though, it’s an all-you-can-drink deal (don’t worry, there’s more than beer) accompanied by an all-you-can-eat buffet.

Sound of Waves

Sound of Waves is a group exhibition featuring both Japanese and European photographers, painters, illustrators and animators. The driving force behind this event is to foster connections in a world of social media and technological isolation.

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