One of the very few night markets in Japan, this is a great chance to browse the stalls, sample the street food and enjoy some live music.
A new venture from the organisers of the popular farmers market at UNU, the market makes the most of the cooler summer evenings and has a fantastic list of dozens of local producers to purvey.
Music is provided by local bands and DJs so you can break up your browsing with some live performances. The market takes place at the foot of the Kamakura Bridge, between Tokyo and Kanda Stations.To prevent the spread of COVID-19, many events have been canceled. Always check official sites before heading to an event.