Late
Sep
 2022

Nikkan Festival

1:00pm – 4:30pm
Free

The Nikkan Koryu Matsuri (Japan-Korea Exchange Festival) is an event held simultaneously in both Tokyo and Seoul with the object of bringing Japan and Korea closer together.

Held at Hibiya Park in central Tokyo, the Tokyo version of the festival will feature everything from Korean food products, Tae kwon do displays, traditional dances and music through to performances by K-pop artists.

Due to COVID-19, all in-person events are canceled for 2021, but there are some online events.

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