Hopefully the first of many, Hive will be holding a Christmas market with accessories, an eco-friendly corner and live music. Free to enter and fully-festive, there will be mulled wine, food stalls to peruse and lots of ideas for your christmas shopping.
Some of the stall highlights include Canpachi’s dried flower accessories, pre-loved clothes from Love Charity Tokyo and antiques from Arlequin. Pair that with Sustainable Living Tokyo’s eco corner and homemade quiche from Kirin Shokudou and you have yourself a perfect afternoon to get into the seasonal spirit.
This festival, correctly titled “Setagaya Pan Matsuri” (subtitled La Fête Du Pain Setagaya) is a celebration of this Western staple to to which Japan has taken a liking. Included is a bread market, bread university, musical entertainment and even a […]
A festival dedicated to the weirdly addictive and mouth-numbing spice from China’s Sichuan district. Chefs from Japan and China will be serving up tempting plates to showcase the spice, with a wide range of styles and dishes available. Try steamed […]
Tucked away into one of the quieter corners of Chiba, the Inbanuma area is known for its old Buddhist temples and traditions that span back several centuries. During autumn, the town shines its brightest as streamers and balls of fireworks […]
Held around Takarada Ebisu Shrine, this fair is a popular seasonal event in the community of the former Odenma-cho area (3 Honcho and Odenma-cho, Nihonbashi) and Horidome-cho. The fair is known for a number of vendors selling the local specialty […]