Events in Tokyo and the surrounding area
Hitachi Seaside Park, Ibaraki
The season of Kochia will end soon, maybe around 25 of Oct.
Mashiko Pottery Market
One of the largest pottery market held in Mashiko in Tochigi. During the event, more than 500 pottery stalls line along the streets and various types of potteries are sold, including tea cups, rice bowls and Ramen bowls designed in a traditional or modern Japanese style.
Mashiko Pottery Market Autumn 2014
November 1st.(Sat) - 4th(Tue)
Torinoichi Fair is an open air market selling lucky charms which are called Kumade It's been said that they bring you good fortunes and protect you from misfortunes.
10th(Mon) and 22nd(Sat) Novermber 2014
Mt. Mitake and Mitake Valley in Tokyo
Just an hour and a half from central Tokyo, the Mount Mitake and the Mitake Valley area includes a 929-meter-high mountain, one of the oldest shrines in Japan and numerous Shukubo (accommodations for shrine visitors).
Yatsugatake Mountains and Kobuchizawa Resort Town
Yatsugatake range has 2000m-to-2800m-high mountains where various outdoor activities can be enjoyed, including climbing and trekking, paragliding, canoeing, skiing, and Onsen bathing.
Nikko City and Nikko National Park
During late October to middle November, Nikko will be in the best season to enjoy the beautiful scenery. It will be so crowded during the season, so plan up your travel with that in mind.
Cycling in Tokyo | Riverside Cycling Routes
In Tokyo, there are several river banks where cycling routes are provided. No traffic jams, No traffic lights to wait, and the blue sky and the green ground are what you will see there. River banks are a place to relax for Tokyo residents.
Outlet Shopping Malls in Tokyo and surrounds
A number of large outlet malls have opened around Kanto region and many of them are located in a resort area or popular tourist spots.