Food. Dance. Music. That’s all you really need to know about this festival that is organised by the same people who used to organize the Salsa Street Festival until 2019.
Try your gams at some salsa dancing—don’t worry if you’re not a pro, the event will be so packed no one is focusing on your moves, so let loose! Once you’re all tuckered out from all that boogieing, refuel at the Latin American food and drink stalls.
The Ark Hills antique market is much classier compared to some of Tokyo’s usual fairs. In addition to the amazing finds you can usually dig up at a flea market like jewelry and home goods, you can also find stylish […]
Every year the Hanakawado wholesale district in Taito-ku assembles up to 40 retailers and wholesalers stalls to line-up around Hanakawado Park to sell a wide-range of products. From footwear to handbags, accessories, leather goods, scarves, hats, and more. All the […]
Newer to the Yoyogi Park event scene, this yearly dance festival is already wildly popular. There will be dance performances, battles and even workshops. And doesn’t matter your skill level, everyone and anyone is invited to participate.
Nabe is a popular winter dish in Japan. Nabe literally means “pot,” but it’s used as a generic term for soups or light stews cooked in an iron or clay pot. Made with dashi (soup stock), vegetables, and meat, nabe has […]