Only in its second year, the Czech Festival aims to bring all the unique and fantastic elements of Czech culture straight to Tokyo. Over the three days, visitors will have a unique opportunity to experience Czech traditions, listen to dynamic Czech music, explore tourist places of interest and taste traditional Czech gourmet dishes – including more than 5 types of beer and many wines. As well as food and drink stalls there will be plenty selling traditional cosmetics, books, wooden toys, jewelry, Bohemia crystal, gloves and blue print textiles.
The event will take place at the Harajuku Quest Hall which is a short walk from Harajuku Station.
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