2021 would have been the 43rd edition of the Annual Adachi Fireworks Festival, with 13,600 fireworks scheduled to go off.
The festival is held along the Arakawa River—15 minutes from Kita-Senju Station. Pack a picnic and find a spot on the river banks—the display is visible from a variety of vantage points. The show lasts for an hour. Please note the event will be postponed a day in the event of storms and cancelled if there are two days of storms.
This is a vibey and popular but fairly small market, with around 120 vendors selling Japanese antiques, as well as kimono, tableware, furniture and decor from decades past, and all manner of other stuff you might expect to find at […]
Tokyo is filled with interesting and unique manhole covers — just take a look at our guide dedicated on the subject. Get a tour of these manholes and explore all 62 municipalities and wards at the same time by participating […]
Kat Nip is a Polish stand-up comedian based in Berlin. She has performed all over the world: Cape Town, London, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Vienna, and Bangkok to name a city or two. Kat’s been called a ‘Polish Joan Rivers’, ‘joke kalashnikov’, […]