Jul 26
Jul 28

Honey Festival 2024


Everyone loves honey — including Japan. They even have a whole festival for it: The Honey Festival.

What to expect

While you might think this event is all about eating honey (and it is), the focus is also on the fuzzy friends that make it. Stalls offer honey from around the world and you’ll get a chance to try them with a variety of snacks, and maybe even take home a jar of your favorite.

If you’re more of a hands-on kind of person, you can also try some of the workshops. They need to be pre-booked in advance, but you can try making beeswax candles, honey dressings, and even honey lemonade!


Entry is free, but if you’d like to take part in a workshop or a rooftop bee tour, you need to book in advance.

How to get there

The Honey Festival is held in Ginza Phoenix Plaza, a 2-minute walk from exit A12 at Ginza Metro Station.

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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