At the end of autumn each year, the leaves on the ginkgo trees that line the Icho Namiki avenue of Jingu Shrine outer gardens turn a brilliant yellow.
Of course, there’s nothing to stop you walking along here at any hour of day or night, but if you go between the hours of 10am and 8pm, the sidewalks will be lined with food vendors serving a variety of festival-type food to keep you toasty warm.
A new generation of underground artists are reconceptualizing the avant-garde and for two days their creative works are on display for the world to enjoy. Tokyo Art Tank provides a vast and eclectic body of work that is enjoyable for […]
Japan’s one-and-only Comedy Roast Battle returns in a slap-bang, beatem up, take-down fest where only one bruised comic will emerge with the national championship belt in their possession. Comedians attempt to outwit each other in hilarious insult matches. Roast Battle […]
Head to Katsushika ward in Tokyo for the yearly iris festival, taking place at Horikiri Shobuen Garden and Mizumoto Park. The Horikiri Shobuen Garden boasts 6,000 iris plants and 200 varieties, while Mizumoto Park is home to 14,000 flowers and […]
Just opened in Daikanyama, “Dog Stories” exhibition features three Japanese artists, all with doggie inspired themes in their work. Even if you’re not a dog lover yourself, there’s a lot to love in this exhibtion. Riya, is a papercut artist […]
The Ark Hills antique market is much classier compared to some of Tokyo’s usual fairs. In addition to the amazing finds you can usually dig up at a flea market, like jewelry and home goods, you can also find stylish […]