Mar 31
~
Apr 1

Kanamara “Penis” Festival Special Night Out: Kawasaki Ogawacho Bar Hopping

2:00pm – 10:00pm
¥500 (advance sales)¥500 (on the door)

Bounce over to the Ogawacho Bar Hopping event after you’ve had your fill at the legendary Kanamara “Penis” Festival.

Visit around 40 local watering holes against a background of spring cherry blossoms. To enhance the experience, you can rent a kimono for the evening. The hosts will help you get dressed up and ready to roll!

The bar hopping kicks off at La Cittadella at Via Cinecitta. Each participating restaurant/bar will be offering a set menu of a drink plus a food dish for ¥1,000, which is rather reasonable. You’ll have to get the official wristband to join the bar hopping. It costs 500yen and can book it through this website (Japanese) or you can buy it at the booth in the Cinecitta Street.

If you’re keen on a kimono, you’ll need to reserve one in advance—and you’ll be dressed at Hotel & Hostel ON THE MARKS Kawasaki. The cost is ¥4,000, which includes the event entrance fee, kimono rental and hair styling.

Numbers are limited for kimono, so secure yours now online or by calling 044-221-2250.

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, many events have been canceled. Always check official sites before heading to an event.

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