Ueno Zoo, Rikugien Garden, Hamarikyu Garden and more.
Asagaya town in Suginami city has held this friendly, local music event since 1995.
A lineup of events to experience the tradition and the culture of Ginza; an open-air tea ceremony, the Diners Club’s Ginza Restaurant Week, Kid's Kabuki, and walking tours to visit temples and shrines in Ginza.
The fireworks festival in Setagaya City is aimed at bringing smiles to the future.
A gardening exhibition will take place at Hibiya Park in Tokyo with various events, including a gardening competition, flower arrangement workshop, outdoor activities, and more. Admission is free.
Sangenjaya city will turn to Art Town! This is an art event where street performers, locals, volunteers, and visitors can enjoy themselves as one.
Kaikoen Garden, the former castle site of Komoro city, is one of the best places to enjoy autumn leaves in Nagano prefecture. The former Komoro castle site has been selected as one of the best 100 castles in Japan.
The Only FIAPF-Accredited International Film Festival in Japan
Come and enjoy fresh, quality food from Tokyo. The Tokyo Metropolitan Government will hold this event to discover the diverse charms of "agriculture" and "food" in Tokyo through tasting and experiencing dishes prepared by world-class restaurants and chefs.
This is an event for the friendship between the Tohoku prefectures and Nakano City in Tokyo. This festival showcases and offers various special foods and promotes tourism, culture, and other attractions from each Tohoku prefecture and the Nakano.
Takahata-fudo temple annually holds various flower festivals. This flower festival of Kiku or chrysanthemum is the largest in Tama area of Tokyo, displays many different types of Kiku flowers.
Tokyo Heritage Weeks, also known as Tokyo Bunkazai Week, is a significant event for Tokyo residents. It provides them with a unique chance to explore the cultural heritage preserved in Tokyo and appreciate the value of preserving it..
Shirahama-jinja, the oldest shrine in the Izu region, holds a traditional festival annually. The three-day festival features various events, including bonfires and fireworks dedicated to the gods of the seven Izu islands.
This festival is held in the Nihonbashi and Kyobashi areas near JR Tokyo Station. It features a large parade with approximately 3,000 participants marching down Chuo Dori Street.
A local food festival held in Hachioji City of Tokyo Prefecture. During this 2-day festival, many food stalls will offer special local food. Tokyo-made food products will also be sold there.