Load up your plate at this year’s Sakana and Japan Festival. Happening over the course of four days, this is a chance to sample some of Japan’s best sakana (fish).
This is a sister event to Hibiya Park’s Fisherman’s Festival in November.
There will be around 80 booths selling seafood delicacies, such as tuna, salmon, sea urchin, and crab, but not everyone will be making purely Japanese dishes; there will also be seafood paella along with ramen and rice.
To support Fukushima’s fishing industry, the festival will also hold an event called “Discover! Fukushima Fish Festival”. Here you can try Fukushima’s local seafood cuisine.
This is a big event, so expect there to be plenty of lines.Organizers may cancel events, alter schedules, or change admission requirements without notice. Always check official sites before heading to an event.