These organizers aren’t shy about hosting Oktoberfests throughout the year — check out the Hibiya Spring Oktoberfest — but this one actually does happen in the month of October (for two days at least).
The good thing about the Toyosu event is that it is free entry but food and drink is pay as you go (of course). There will be a plethora of beer stalls, featuring both German and local Japanese brews, and food stands with the usual German fare, like pretzels, sausage, sauerkraut, and more.
First day will open from 16:00. All other days from 11:00.
When you buy your first beer, you pay a ¥1,000 deposit on the glass and then the cost of your beer. After that, you just pay for each beer refill (there’s 100 options to choose from). When you leave, you can return the glass and get your deposit back.To prevent the spread of COVID-19, many events have been canceled. Always check official sites before heading to an event.