Mid
~
Late
Oct

Tokyo Harvest Fair

Free

The 2021 event (like the 2020 event) is being held online. The info below is for the in-person event.

Get ready to experience real Japanese flavors! This three-day food festival is jam-packed with 100 authentic Japanese experiences for kids and adults to eat, make, play, learn and shop. The event is held to promote Japan’s “Harvestars” with a unique ‘only in Japan’ harvest festival.

Limited-time collaboration menus, a street lined with Japanese style drinking bars and a field right in the middle of the city; Tokyo Harvest is livening up the neighborhood to bring you an event like no other.

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, many events have been canceled. Always check official sites before heading to an event.

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