Spring Music Festival in Tokyo
Mar.18 - Apr.16, 2023
The largest music festival event will take place in Ueno, Tokyo. During this festival, a number of classical music concerts will be held at the public facilities - museums, music halls, and public spaces around Ueno Park.
Freesia Festival on Hachijojima Island
Mar.18 - Apr.5 2023
During the season of this festival, three hundred fifty thousand of Freesia flowers will colorfully cover the fields on Hachijojima Island.
Flower lighting-up at Toneri-koen Park
Mar 24 - Apr 23, 2023
Toneri-koen park will be filled with Sakura cherry blossoms and Nemophila flowers.
antique grande Spring |
Mar. 31 - Apr. 2. 2023
One of the biggest antique showcases in Japan, featuring Japanese, western antiques and old toys.
Geisha performance - Azuma Odori
May 21. - 23. 2023
The geisha artists usually perform exclusively for customers at Ryotei or authentic Japanese restraints in Shinbashi and Ginza. This special show of traditional Japanese entertainment has been held annually since the Taisho Era (1912-1926) at Shinbashi Enbujo Hall.
Kasama Tsutsuji (Azalea) Festival
Apr.15. - May.7. 2023
Kasama, a historic town known for its pottery production, holds a large garden located on a hilltop, blessed with stunning views of 8500 Azalea trees.
Tokyo Art & Antiques 2023
Apr. 27. - 29. 2023
The art event takes places in the area between Nihonbashi and Kyobashi districts, where many art galleries are located.
JAPAN HOBBY SHOW
Apr.27 - 29 2023
One of the largest hobby exhibitions in the world, showcasing all kinds of hobby-related tools, materials and accessories.
Mashiko Spring Pottery Market
Apr. 29. - May 7. 2023
More than 500 pottery stalls will take place at this market and sell various types of potteries
Azalea Festival at Komuroyama Park
Apr.29. - May.5. 2023
Has a hundred thousand of Azalea flower in 40 different varieties, covers the 35000 square meter garden at Komuroyama Park, Izu.
Yabusame Horseback Archery at Asakusa Sumida-koen Park
May. 27. 2023
Yabusame is the art of shooting arrows on horseback, performed as a traditional ceremony that derives from horse riding exercises for Samurai Warriors.