The sky above Rinko Park in the skyscraper strewn district of Minato mirai will be blasted with 15,000 fireworks. Included in the projectiles hurled over the bay will be one with a blast radius of 450 metres.
With the Minato Mirai skyline, there will be lots of chances to get that photo of fireworks exploding next to Japan’s tallest office tower.
2016 was the last year in which this event was held. The organisers announced after the event that it would not continue in 2017.
Setagaya Hachimangu Shrine’s Autumn Festival includes the usual features of shrine festivals such as mikoshi (portable shrine) parades, with the addition of ritual sumo on a dohyo in front of the shrine. The ritual sumo—known as hōnōsumo—happens at 2pm on the first […]
Figure collectors, this is the event for you! Known as the world’s biggest festival for figures (also known as “garage kits”), Wonder Festival Tokyo is a biannual event held at Halls 1-8 of Chiba’s Makuhari Messe. Typically, the winter event […]
Taking place over two nights, you’ve got no excuse not to see this impressive firework display in Yamashita Park. The festival starts at 11:30am and features all sorts of entertainment including a ship parade, marine rescue demonstration, a mikoshi parade and […]
Famous for its Azalea Festival in spring, this is Nezu Shrine’s other major yearly festival. This festival has been held continuously since the time when Tokyo was known as Edo, being one of the more well known festivals from the […]