Sep 13
~
Sep 15

Ark Hills Autumn Festival

11:00am – 9:00pm
Free

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.

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