As an island nation, Japan has a great affinity for seafood, fish in particular. The Sakana and Japan Festival aims to highlight..
As one of the largest green spaces in Tokyo, Yoyogi Park is a magnet for Tokyo residents who want to enjoy the sun and nature or who would like to attend one of the many festivals that take place in the park all year round.
Although Yoyogi Park has relatively few cherry trees compared to other parks in Tokyo, it is a beautiful vantage point for the cherry blossom in spring. He is also known for his ginko trees, which turn gold in autumn.
Before the park became a city park in 1967, the area was the site of the Olympic Village for the 1964 Olympic Games. Yoyogi Park is right next to the Meiji Shrine.
The Yoyogi Park Events Square is an open space on the NHK side of Yoyogi Park that is commonly used as a performance space. A large outdoor stage there frequently welcomes musical acts and cultural performances. The square can be accessed via a pedestrian bridge from the main section of Yoyogi Park.
Tokyo Metro Chiyoda line: Yoyogi Koen (Exit 3 or 4) or Meiji-jingumae/Harajuku Station (Exit 2) JR Yamanote line: Meiji-jingumae/Harajuku station (Omotesando Exit)
The Japan-Indonesia Friendship Festival is an annual event in Tokyo's Yoyogi Park. It features Indonesian food, music, dance,..
The Namaste India Festival once again brings it's colourful culture to Tokyo
Come to Yoyogi Park to experience traditional Khmer culture at the Cambodia Festival. With plenty to eat and shop, the highlight..
The Japan Furusato Food Festival showcases a range of unique hometown foods from across the country. It also places an emphasis..
The Brazil Festival is an annual festival held in Tokyo's Yoyogi Park in mid-July. Its celebratory spirit features lively music,..
Capture the Okinawan beach spirit in the middle of Tokyo's bustling Yoyogi Park at the Okinawa Festival, held every year.
The Laos Festival in Yoyogi Park brings food, drinks, music and culture to Tokyo. Don't forget to try the laap!
The Thai Festival is a massive, exciting annual festival at Tokyo's Yoyogi Park. The enormous number of vendors, performers,..
The Vietnam Festival, held annually in Tokyo's Yoyogi Park, is an exciting and delicious slice of Southeast Asian life. L..
Pet ownership in Japan is at an all-time high, with lapdogs and smaller canines leading the pack. The Yoyogi Park WanWan Carnival..
Located right next to Shinjuku Chuo Park, THE KNOT TOKYO Shinjuku is a modern hotel with an exceptional design and easy access to the nearby Shinjuku..
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Dai-ichi Hotel Tokyo Seafort is part of the Hankyu-Hanshin luxury hotels group. Since 1938, this luxury hotel has been opening its doors to guests who..
Located right outside Meguro Station, this is a restaurant where you can eat the fish you catch yourself in one of the two tanks. Serves all kinds of..
The highball is a popular drink for both men and women. The diverse selection of highballs at this specialized bar will make your night magical.
This ramen restaurant was founded in 1985 in Hakata, the birthplace of ramen. Its taste has won a following among foreigners and it has expanded abroad...
Though it only dates back to the early 20th century, the Meiji Shrine has become one of the most popular sightseeing destinations in the Japanese capital...
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The Tōgō Shrine was established in 1940 and dedicated to Gensui The Marquis Tōgō Heihachirō shortly after his death. This shrine was destroyed by th..