A new generation of underground artists are reconceptualizing the avant-garde and for two days their creative works are on display for the world to enjoy. Tokyo Art Tank provides a vast and eclectic body of work that is enjoyable for both the experienced art collector as well as for the whole family. We encourage you to visit the exhibit early — the first 20 people will receive free signed prints, stickers, or other tangible art.
The Okinawa Festival showcases the food, culture, music and crafts of Japan’s southernmost prefecture. Enjoy an Orion beer while watching performances from Okinawan artists and comedians. There will also be performances of eisa — Okinawa’s unique style of traditional dancing.
The Tokyo Jazz Festival takes place at few venues across the city, some of which are paid, but the free gigs can be found at Yoyogi Park. And we like free. The festival will feature artists, both seasoned professionals and up-and-comers. […]
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 […]