Jun 18
~
Jun 21

Africa Hibiya Festival

Free

A festival to celebrate and learn about African culture, lifestyles, food, dances, music and trends. There will be a food court, bazaar, flea market, workshops, embassy corner, photo exhibition and stage performances with the purpose of exposing people, especially children who are the future of Japan, to a multi-cultural environment.

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