Asia’s largest art event is back for its 55th installment! Bringing together thousands of artists from all over Japan, Design Festa has become the premier destination for those interested in creativity and artistic expression.
In addition to the wide variety of artworks, Design Festa also features a show stage with live performances and a workshop area where you can create your own unique work of art. There’s something for everyone at Design Festa, so please stop on by. Can’t make it to the Spring edition of Design Festa? Design Festa is a biannual event, held once in the spring and once in the fall, so be sure to keep your eyes peeled for future installments..
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