The festival won’t be happening in 2022 after its cancellations in 2020 and 2021. But there’s nothing to stop you walking along here at any hour of day or night. There will even be illuminations in the evening on some days.
At the end of autumn each year, the leaves on the ginkgo trees that line the Icho Namiki avenue of Meiji Jingu Shrine‘s outer gardens turn a brilliant yellow. If you go between the hours of 10 a.m. and 8 p.m., the sidewalks will be lined with food vendors serving a variety of festival-type food to keep you toasty warm.
This festival promises to be Japan’s biggest Philippines event of the year. Taking place in Yoyogi Park, this Philippines Embassy-supported festival will feature domestic entertainers as well as those flown in from the Philippines. Given the large Filipino population in […]
Check out our full list of where to see autumn leaves in Tokyo and the surrounding Kanto prefectures. Built by a feudal lord during the Edo period, Rikugien Gardens is one of the most famous gardens from the time still extant. […]
November is the best time to see the autumn leaves on Mt. Takao. The “Mt. Takao Autumn Leaves Festival” is held in time with this season. On weekends and holidays throughout the month, there are various exhibitions like taiko drumming, […]
Head on over to Gallery Conceal Shibuya and dive into Tokyo’s underground art world. This free event gives you the chance to mingle with the city’s most talented creatives while also taking in the surrounding artwork on display. A message […]