Events

8JUN
TOKYO

Hydrangea Festival in Tokyo

Bunkyo Hydrangea Festival or Bunkyo Ajisai Matsuri (文京あじさいまつり) is a traditional flower event held in Tokyo annually for over 30 years.

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Hydrangea Festival in Tokyo
5MAY
TOKYO

MOMAT Free Admission Day

The National Museum of Modern Art of Tokyo (MOMAT) opens its doors for free on the first Sunday of every month.

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MOMAT Free Admission Day
27MAR
TOKYO

Chiyoda Cherry Blossom in Tokyo

Held in Kitanomaru Park with its fabulous cherry trees, the Chiyoda cherry blossom festival is one of the most popular in Tokyo.

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Chiyoda Cherry Blossom in Tokyo
17MAR
TOKYO

Sensoji Honzon Jigen-e Festival in Tokyo

A festival honouring the three men who founded Asakusa’s great Sensoji Temple almost 1,400 years ago.

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Sensoji Honzon Jigen-e Festival in Tokyo
3FEB
TOKYO

Nagano Wine Festival in Tokyo

Japanese wine is gradually garnering more attention both domestically and internationally, and if you want to find out why, head to the Nagano Wine festival at the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo.

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Nagano Wine Festival in Tokyo
2JAN
TOKYO

Emperor's New Year Greeting

Twice a year, the inner precincts of the Imperial Palace are opened to the general public, who turn up in a flag-waving mass to catch a glimpse of the Emperor and his family.

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Emperor's New Year Greeting
1DEC
TOKYO

Roppongi Hills Christmas 2018

Roppongi Hills Christmas features the spectacular illumination at the 400 meters long Keyakizaka Street, with approx 700,000 LED lights. The German style Christmas Market is also held at Oyane Plaza, Roppongi Hills.

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Roppongi Hills Christmas 2018
16NOV
TOKYO

2018 Meiji Jingu Gaien Ginkgo Festival

Meiji Jingu Gaien is the most popular spot for autumn leaves viewing in the central area of Tokyo, which is famous for the avenue lined with Ginkgo trees.

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2018 Meiji Jingu Gaien Ginkgo Festival
31OCT
TOKYO

Halloween in Shibuya

It is an unofficial event, yet invites the largest crowds. Somehow, Shibuya and Halloween become intimate in past 5 years and it’s now becoming some kind of a tourist attraction.

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Halloween in Shibuya