Even the office/nightlife district of Roppongi has its own local neighborhood festival.
The gods enshrined at Tenso Shrine—located between Tokyo Midtown and the National Art Center—go for a spin around the neighborhood in their fancy (little) portable shrines on the Sunday starting at 12:30pm.
The official name of the festival is the Tensojinja Reitaisai.
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