Taking place in Ark Karajan Place (I didn’t even know that area had a name), this is a traditional festival run in conjunction with the nearby Akasaka Hikawa Shrine Festival.
On the 15th, one of the unique ‘sansha’ (an ornately decorated, wheeled cart) from Hikawa Shrine will be on display. Additionally, there will be “gourmet yatai” (yatai are the outdoor food stalls typical at Japanese festivals) and performance from shamisen players and taiko drummers.
The Tori no Ichi Fairs are one of Tokyo’s best-kept secrets. These “Rooster Fairs” aren’t in many of the tourist guides, but they’re a big deal for local communities. Dating back to the Edo period, the festivals are all about […]
Listen to music in the good-vibe venue of Shibuya NOB this Friday. The bands Lampshade, Catchy Claws, Skull Skaper, Mother Slug, Pretty Litch, and DJ Greasy Records will be there, as well as popular Tokyo-based artist The Spilt Ink. It […]
Japanese American actor and comedian Derek Mio is joining Tokyo Comedy Bar for a weekend of headline shows! He will be headlining the Friday Dec. 9 and Saturday Dec. 10 Weekend Comedy shows, both starting at 7 p.m. Derek Mio […]
MUTEK Japan is a five-day music festival that combines electronic music, art and technology. The festival features a mix of international and local artists along with chances to see and experience the latest technology. Composers, musicians, artists and digital creators […]