The Turkey Festival is a celebration of Turkic culture from Mesopotamia, all the way into central Asia.
In addition to food stalls offering dishes from one of the world’s great cuisines, the main stage will play host to folk dance performances, and musical concerts. Not all the performers will be Turkish though, with acts from Georgia, Japan, and the Russian federal republic of Tuva in southern Siberia.
While entry to the main event is free, there is a ¥1,000 fee for entry to an exchange event/party from 5:15pm each day, which includes Turkish tea and sweets.
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7:20pm – 8:10pm