Although the exact dates for 2021 are yet to be announced, this year’s event will be scaled down from the usual 30+ participating Yosakoi teams due to COVID-19 restrictions. The 2021 event will only have teams from within Chofu City.
The parade route for the one day event will be on the street that connects Chofu and Fuda stations.
Aside from dancing there is usually lots of “festival” food on offer including oden, chijimi, kakigori, barbecued squid, yakisoba and candy floss as well as soft drinks and beer.
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