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.
One of Tokyo’s three major festivals — Kanda Matsuri — takes place over a period of 8 days in mid May. The main parades are on the Saturday and Sunday in the middle with the ‘reitaisai’ procession on the last […]
This parade celebrating Vyshyvanka (traditional Ukrainian embroidery) returns for the 8th time to Tokyo. The parade will depart Tokiwa Park at 1:30pm, proceed to Sotobori Dori, follow Sotobori until Sukiyabashi Crossing and then swing to the Northwest, heading towards Hibiya […]
An unusual combination of extreme Japanese street sports and music, the Chimera games is a one-of-a-kind display which will leave you lost for words. Among some more familiar sports like skateboarding and various bike-based displays, you can see some more […]
The Sanja Matsuri typically takes place in late May each year, but in 2020 it was scaled down and moved to October due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The exact dates and shape of the festival haven’t been confirmed for 2021 […]