On this weekend Doburoku Matsuri\u00a0(Nov 27) \u2013 Every year, Koami Jinja holds\u00a0a Doburoku Festival (doburoku meaning crude home-brewed\u00a0sake). The sake will be offered to visitors in prayer for the productiveness of grain, health and good luck. The festival will include a\u00a0Shinto dance performance at 12:30 pm. Ekoda Night Bazaar\u00a0(Nov 28) \u2013 Peruse the stalls selling food and wares from local shops lined near Ekoda Station. There will be entertainment for kids, so bring the little ones for some family fun. Fiesta de Espa\u00f1a\u00a0(Nov 28-29)\u00a0\u2013 In addition to 35 food stalls, this fiesta will showcase\u00a0Spanish art, craft, music, dance and more, including seminars on sherry and wine, and a lecture on renowned artists Picasso and Goya. Takes place at Yoyogi Park. Myanmar Festival\u00a0(Nov 28-29)\u00a0\u2013 The country of Myanmar will hold its 3rd cultural festival in Tokyo. There will be a Myanmarese market, food stalls and entertainment, all taking place at Zozoji Temple. Asakusa Tori no Ichi Fair III\u00a0(Nov 29) \u2013 With two Tori no Ichi fairs behind us, this is the last one of the year. Pick up an ornamental rake (representing good luck and prosperity) or just walk around and enjoy the colorful atmosphere. Should you get hungry, there will be food stalls\u00a0serving up\u00a0traditional Japanese street food. Ongoing events Autumn Evening Illuminations\u00a0(until Dec 6) \u2013 From 4:30-9pm every evening, see autumn foliage lit up at the pristine Rikugien Garden. Jingu Gaien Itcho Festival\u00a0(until Dec 8) \u2013 See the yellow-bearing ginkgo trees that line Icho Namiki Avenue. Should you get peckish, the sidewalks will be\u00a0lined with food vendors until 4:30 in the afternoon. Winter Illuminations\u00a0\u2013\u00a0All winter illuminations festivals \u00a0in out top 10 picks list have begun, and\u00a0(for some)\u00a0will go on until as late as mid-February. So grab your sweetie, or grab some friends, and head out for some Christmas wonder. Next\u00a0week Chichibu Yomatsuri\u00a0(Dec 3)\u00a0\u2013 Twenty-ton floats decorated with lanterns, flowers and spears will parade through the night in Chichibu. You'll get to see a\u00a0winter fireworks display as well! International Robot Exhibition (IREX) 2015\u00a0\u2013 Taking place every other year, IREX, the largest robot exhibition in the world, is back with a "future with robots" theme. If you want to go, make sure to preregister to get in for free, otherwise you'll pay 1,000 yen at the door.