A rare chance to enjoy Tahitian culture in Tokyo. Head to Musashi-Kosugi for good food, fresh pineapple juice, Tahitian beer, music, dance, clothing and more. The festival has been running since 2008 (it used to take place at the now closed Venus Fort in Odaiba) and is always cheapo-friendly fun for the whole family.
The two venues that have been announced are Kosugi Core Park (in front of Musashi-Kosugi Station) and Grand Tree Musashikosugi.
Hosted by the art agency TokyoDex, the ongoing art-and-music event “This&That Café”(#TnTCafe) was a staple in the Tokyo art scene before the pandemic. Now, after more than a two-year hiatus, #TnTCafe is back in a new home at SHIBUYA QWS […]
Japan’s one-and-only Comedy Roast Battle Returns! Comedians attempt to outwit each other in hilarious insult matches. Roast Battle is over the top oneupmanship and some of the craziest harshest jokes you will ever hear. These shows are insane! This is […]
The Fukuro Festival began in 1968 as a promotional event for four local shopping districts on the west side of Ikebukuro Station. Since then, it has grown to be one of the largest events in the area, with the two-part […]
Happening at the same time as the Meguro Sanma (saury fish) Matsuri, Meguro Citizens Festival is a fun-filled day out for all the family. What can I expect? Every autumn, the folks of Meguro Ward chow down on fresh pacific […]