Sat, Aug
18

Somewhere in Your Dream

1:00pm – 11:00pm
Free

Somewhere in Your Dream is a new market and music event held at Shimokitazawa Cage. The event will also feature a traditional Awaodori dance.

You can peruse the market for antiques, paintings, art crafts, secondhand clothing, bags, handcrafted cosmetics, glassworks, fair trade items and more. If you get a little peckish, you can pick up some chocolate or go for a summertime favorite: shaved ice. Kids can also join a beatboxing workshop for ¥500.

Entry to the market is free, but it’s [1500 yen] for the live music and DJ performances (ticket includes one drink) at the Long Va Quan restaurant in the Cage.

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