Oct 16
~
Nov 15

Festival/Tokyo

¥1,000 – ¥3,500

Festival/Tokyo is a major international performing arts events in Japan. Despite COVID-19 dealing to so many other events, this one is going ahead with some countermeasures in place. Additionally, there is ticketed online streaming of events intended for audiences outside Japan.

They offer a packed schedule of theater and dance performances from various nationalities, generations, and artistic styles. These range from international joint programs, city performances, collaboration with budding artists, and interactive projects. They also feature talks and film screenings.

Certain events are free, including ‘Nowhere Oasis’and ‘Sand (a)isles’ but many require tickets. These can be bought in advance and range from ¥1,500 to ¥3,500 for adults, while many student tickets cost ¥1,000. You can purchase a festival passport which includes three shows and there are early bird options too.

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