200,000 people are expected to celebrate Diwali—the Indian festival of lights—in the festival square area of Yamashita Park in Yokohama. This makes it one of the largest India related festivals in Japan and this year is expected to be even bigger. Celebrating the 150th birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, there will be food, music and plenty of entertainment. Along with delicious curries and breads there will be bollywood-style dancing, yoga and lots and lots of candles.
The Lantern Festival is usually held on the 15th and final day of the Chinese Spring Festival, taking place in Yokohama’s Chukagai Chinatown at the Ma Zhu Miao, Shrine to the Goddess of the Sea, known as Masobyo in Japanese, […]
According to organizers, the purpose of AMP is to “generate good vibes with the coolest of people and the best of bands”. The event will feature: Six rock & funk bands The Spilt Ink’s new POPSICK art portraits Good times […]
One of Tokyo’s biggest and most frequent flea markets, this event takes place over many—if not all—weekends a month. Also known as the Tokyo City Flea Market, it can feature up to 600 (!) vendors on a busy day, making […]
Held at the end of the architecturally marvelous Osanbashi pier, the Japan Brewers’ Cup is one of the major events on the craft beer calendar. It’s both a festival and as the name suggests, a contest between the brewers. Entrance […]