Sat, Aug
31

Tokyo Night Market: Farmers Market × Appetite

10:00am – 8:00pm
¥3,500 (advance sales)

Join the city’s most popular farmers market as they combine forces with Appetite for Tokyo’s first regular night market. Filling a gap in Tokyo’s evening scene, you can explore the stalls without the summer heat and settle down to a relaxed dinner and drinks. Bringing delicious drinks packed with nature’s blessings in glass bottles, Appetite is bringing a natural theme to the second night market of the summer.

On offer will be all the street-food stalls, fresh produce and treats of the regular farmers market plus nihonshu, wine, craft beer, craft gin, juice, tea and coffee. There will be chefs cooking with fresh vegetables selected from the market as part of the food experience and plenty to tempt you, so best arrive hungry!

Note: Entrance to the night market is free. Tickets for the Appetite food experience are ¥3,500, which includes a special edition glass. To make sure you don’t miss out, you can reserve them in advance. 

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