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This local event takes place at Yushima, an old town in Bunkyo-ku ward, has streets where cats often walk around at a leisurely pace. During this event, some of the shops and cafes in the area will offer specials all related to cats or Neco.
A local event held in Kawaguchi, Saitama Prefecture. Street jazz musicians will be on stage at Kawaguchi Station and the surrounding area.
Kappabashi Kitchenware Street in Asakusa holds this special market annually. About 130 specialty stores offer quality and distinctive cooking utensils, tableware, food samples, and more.
The gardens boast 5100 roses of 274 different varieties that bloom in both spring and autumn.
A fantastic selection of 11 different types of authentic, branded German beer is available for you. Prosit!
Yabusame is the art of shooting arrows on horseback, performed as a traditional ceremony that derives from horse riding exercises for Samurai warriors.
The Oeshiki is a Buddhist memorial service on the anniversary of the holy priest Nichiren’s death. In Japan, there are many temples associated with Nichiren, and it has been said the Kuonji is the head temple.
The largest food festival featuring Tsukemen (dipping) Ramen will take place at Okubo-koen in Shinjuku. During the festival, visitors can enjoy Tsukemen Ramen of 115 famous restaurants across Japan.
Oeshiki is a Buddhist memorial service held on the anniversary of the holy priest Nichiren’s death.
During the 3-day festival, various events are staged on streets in Sawara old town, featuring the parade of Dashi floats decorated with giant Samurai dolls, accompanied of traditional festival music "Sawara-bayashi".
This large tea ceremony event will take place at two sites in Tokyo, in order to introduce the Japanese traditional tea culture. You can enjoy a bowl of tea at elegant venues, even if you are not familiar with the tea ceremony.
O'Reilly Japan, Inc., publishers of MAKE: magazine in Japan, presents Maker Faire, the Greatest Show (and Tell) on Earth, a celebration of creativity, invention, and resourcefulness.
Get the groove on the street. Sumida city, a town of music in Tokyo, has held this annual music event for over ten years, supported by people in the town and volunteers. Admission Free.
A local festival held at Nezu Shrine and the nearby area, an old, friendly district in Tokyo.
A two-day festival that will transport you back in time to the traditional aesthetic streets of Edo-period Japan
The food festival will take place at Tokyo Meat Market in Shinagawa, Tokyo. The festival's specialties in this year are meat products from Miyazaki prefecture. You will be able to sample Tonkatsu and Yakiniku.
Dress up your Licca chan doll
The Oeshiki is a Buddhist memorial service on the anniversary of the holy priest Nichiren’s death and is also a festival dedicated to the goddess Kishibojin (Hariti). During the Oeshiki many food stalls line around the temple and thousands of people parade on the streets there.