One of the biggest Halloween nights of the year has been expanded into 5 days at the new dedicated Tokyo Decadence venue “DecaBarS” in Kabukicho. Tokyo Decadance Halloween has DJs, dancers, demons, burlesque, drag acts and magic—plenty to keep you busy! This year doesn’t feature any international headliners, but there will be lots of local talent.
Tickets for the big two nights—the 30th and the 31st—are available online for ¥3,000 or ¥6,000 for a “VIP pass”.
In what has become an annual event, washi (Japanese paper) lanterns will be arranged on the grass square behind Tokyo Midtown. The organizers visit municipalities in Tohoku in the area affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake of March 2011 and […]
You can see and even participate in fire walking at the Mt Takao Hiwatari Festival near Takaosan Yakuouin Temple on the second Sunday in March from 1pm. The sacred act of walking on hot coals and embers is regarded as […]
The Oyama Tofu Festival is a little out of the way: a 1-hour train from Shinjuku to Isehara on the Odakyu-Odawara Line. Then you need to catch a 20-minute bus to the festival venue in Oyama. But at the end of […]
St. Patrick’s Day in Tokyo is celebrated every year in two parts. The first part is an Irish cultural festival at Yoyogi Park—the official site outlines the day as including: traditional musical and dance performances, Irish sports (hurling, perhaps?), and an Irish […]
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