We have 40 amazingly creative people from over 25 PechaKucha Night cities flying to Tokyo this weekend for a meeting of the minds—we like to call it the PechaKucha Pow Wow. Ten of these cities will share their stories, and you’ll get a taste of the creative goods PechaKucha Nights bring to the global community—in the 20:20 presentation format: 20 images for 20 seconds each. Doors open at 7pm.To prevent the spread of COVID-19, many events have been canceled. Always check official sites before heading to an event.
The Autumn Festival at Okunitama Jinja Shrine is also called the Chestnut Festival because—you guessed it—the region is known for its top-quality chestnuts. Apparently, they were presented to the Tokugawa Clan during the Edo period because they are that good. […]9:00am – 9:00pmFree