The third Thai Fair in Tokyo is not to be confused with the Thai Festival held earlier in the year or with any of the other numerous festivals that involve ties with Thailand. Expect to be able to experience a variety of Thai food and culture in the Keyaki Namiki Avenue that leads from Yoyogi park down to Shibuya (by the NHK building). There will also be a flea market.
The event will take place rain or shine and will be from 10:00 am until 8:00pm on the Saturday and 7:00pm on the Sunday.
Approximately 3,500 fireworks will be launched at Hachioji Shimin Kyujo Ballpark, Fujimori Park. While the show is quite a small one, you can expect a good variety of explosions. It’s a 15-minute walk from Nishi-Hachioji Station on the JR Chuo Line […]
Late July sees the annual Shinjuku Eisa Festival. Eisa is a traditional dance originating in the Okinawan islands. The traditional costumes, dancing and drumming are quite different to what you’re likely to see in other festivals in Japan. The organizers are only expecting […]
This is the biggest summer festival of the year in the trendy neighborhood of Kagurazaka. The first two days of the festival (Wed-Thu) consist of a Hozugi Market (the seeds of the winter cherry are sold for ceremonial purposes at […]
One of central Tokyo’s biggest but least-known ‘Bon’ dance festivals. The area around the bus rotary on the west side of JR Ebisu Station is transformed into a giant yukata-clad dance circle around the lantern strewn yagura at the center. […]