Tired of boring New Year’s Eve parties? Perhaps you’d like to kick off 2019 with what promises to be a wild night at Tokyo Fight Club (if last year is anything to go by). While this year’s event has not yet been announced, it’s like to involve live fights, DJs, champage, gogo dancers and more.
Challenge your friends on the arm-wrestling machines, enjoy the food on offer (we hear there’ll be a selection from around the world), and bring in the new year like a boss.
Due to COVID-19, only the trade days are going ahead for 2021. The public days are cancelled. The Tokyo Toy Show is Japan’s biggest show for the toy trade. While the first two days (Thursday and Friday) are trade only […]
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 […]
Formerly a compressed 2.5-day event, due to COVID-19, the Minakami Outdoor Festival has been stretched out to the Minakami Outdoor Month. As with the festival, this is a celebration of Minakami’s world-class outdoors—a chance to try some rigorous outdoor sports […]
Some of the major seasonal festivals during rainy season are based around the hydangrea flower (called ajisai in Japanese). The ajisai festivals are on all over Tokyo and beyond around the middle of June. One of the better ajisai festivals takes place annually […]
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