The Japan Indonesia Citizens Friendship Festival takes place at the Yoyogi Park Events Square and offers a whole host of traditional food, performances and more. The main stage will be providing all the best entertainment, from dance to music all in traditional costume. Tokyo’s best Indonesian restaurants will be opening up stalls to tempt you with the best regional dishes and you can easily while away an afternoon enjoying the sights, sounds and of Indonesia transplanted into Tokyo!
They have announced that the event is “Online” this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but it’s actually just YouTube videos of last year’s festival.
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