This two-day eco-friendly lifestyle festival features arts and crafts stalls, cheap handicraft lessons, a flea market, a Kids’ Flea Market, old-fashioned games, and FREE entertainment. Thrift shop for used clothing, books, anime toys, bicycle and PC parts.
Part of the proceeds from various sales and activities also help support the Tokyo Green Fund and tree-planting in Kenya. Times vary for each market and activity. Check the Mottainai website for details.
Follow signs from Akihabara station to the UDX. The festival will occupy the sidewalks, walkways, and plazas of the complex.
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11:00am – 5:00pm