A Taiwan food festival in the heart of Ueno Park. Peruse the various sweet and savory food stalls. And don’t leave without trying a Taiwanese favorite: lychee fruit. (There’s even a lychee seed-throwing contest on the weekend days. Anyone can participate for a ¥500 fee.)
There will also be an entertainment stage with music and dance performances, a beer garden, along with various food workshops.
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