Each year, the 400m of Keyakizaka behind Roppongi Hills becomes one of the most popular couples’ strolling spots with brilliant blue LEDs decorating the trees and Tokyo Tower providing the perfect backdrop.
This year sees the appearance of a shimmering “Bon Bon Blossom” Christmas tree in the West Walk area of Roppongi Hills.
The illuminations are set to begin in mid-November and will run until December 25th, shining from around 5pm – 11pm each night. From late November, you can combine a trip to see the lights with a visit to the nearby Christmas Market.
The Oedo Kottouichi Japanese Antique Market is an (approximately) monthly event held in Yoyogi Park where the public gathers to sell its Japanese antiques. The market aims to educate people on Japanese culture and art, while creating an opportunity for […]
For the first time in 2 years, and for the 102nd time overall, the Sogetsu foundation is holding their annual exhibition of ikebana. Although the exhibition runs for a whole month, there are quite a few breaks sprinkled in, so […]
An exhibition of illustrations focusing on traditional Japanese historical dramas. Illustrations of famous Japanese actors, Hashizo Okawa and Masaki Kyomoto, dressed as samurai, ninja, and more. To see more of the artist’s work, check out their IG page.
MUTEK Japan is a five-day music festival that combines electronic music, art and technology. The festival features a mix of international and local artists along with chances to see and experience the latest technology. Composers, musicians, artists and digital creators […]