A Golden Week celebration of African-American-Caribbean culture and food in the heart of Tokyo. Enjoy a craft market, food and drink stalls, live music, salsa shows, samba Brasil, African drumming and a hair-making corner. The festival has two main aims: to create a new market that will go a long way to help in the revitalization of the African-Caribbean-American economy in particular and community in general and to help young men and women to achieve personal growth and development, feel comfortable and proud to share their heritage with the rest of the world.
101 m from Seibushinjuku StationSeibu Shinjuku Line (SS1)
0.6 km from Shinjuku StationMarunouchi Line (M8)Shinjuku Line (S1)Oedo Line (E27)Yamanote Line (JY17)Chūō Line (Rapid) (JC5)Chūō-Sōbu Line (JB30)Odakyu Odawara Line (OH1)Keiō Line (KO1)Keiō New Line (KO1)
0.6 km from Higashi-shinjuku StationFukutoshin Line (C12)Oedo Line (E2)
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