Hawarin Bayar Mongolia Spring Festival


Hawarin Bayar are the Mongolian words for Spring Festival. Welcome to Tokyo’s largest Mongolian event, run by international students to showcase their culture.

What happens?

The Hawarin Bayar is run by Mongolian exchange students to promote Mongolian art and culture. You can expect to see stalls selling traditional Mongolian food, art, and crafts throughout Hikarigaoka Park. On top of that, there is plenty of live entertainment. In previous years, there have been folks dances, traditional instruments, and even live bands playing for the entire weekend.

But you won’t just have to watch — there is plenty to do too. You can try on traditional Mongolian clothing or attend a lecture on Mongolian history. Plus, if you’re taking little ones, the children’s area has sumo wrestling and archery.

Organizers may cancel events, alter schedules, or change admission requirements without notice. Always check official sites before heading to an event.

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