Taking pride in living up to its reputation as “the most eclectic live show in Tokyo”, Live From The Kitchen Disco kicks off its fourth year with a feast of live musical delights that is every bit as mouthwatering as its host’s menu.
This month’s Kitchen Disco Stars are Noriko Shinna (Japanese shamisen player), Akito Nagaoka (Japanese solo acoustic), Slow Wolves Club (international pop punk band), HopeMore (folk, pop, blues duo), Roswell Kids (international alternative rock band), The Usual Goodbyes (international funky covers band). Free entry.
The home of the most famous cherry blossom spot in Tokyo, Nakameguro canal is a blossom wonderland in spring. The canal is lined with shops and stalls especially for the occasion serving festival food and spring-themed treats including plenty of […]
Hanami cherry blossom viewing: a chance to reflect on the ephemeral nature of life or a good excuse for a party; whichever way you look at it, hanami in Ueno Park is something special since there are over 800 cherry […]
The Ichiyo Sakura Festival is a major event in Asakusa Kannon-ura that attracts big crowds every year. Take the chance to enjoy the ichiyo yaezakura in full bloom and an oiran (courtesan) parade. The Edo Yoshiwara Oiran Dochu recreates the processions held back in the […]
A relatively small but regular antique fair, this event has around 25-30 stalls and is on almost every Sunday (aside from those with festivals or bad weather). Roughly translated as Hanazono Shrine Blue Sky Antique Fair, it definitely gives a […]
6:30am – 3:00pm