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Fukagawa Hachiman Matsuri

The Fukagawa Hachiman Matruri is one of the three biggest festivals held in Toyo. Nicknamed mizu-kake matsuri, literally water throwing festival, you will its meaning where people throw water on the mikoshi.

Yairo Watermelon Festival

Wild about watermelon? The Yairo Watermelon Festival in Niigata offers all you can eat watermelon for the bargain price of 500 yen. The Yairo watermelon variety is said to be sweeter and juicier than other watermelon on the market in Japan!

Shitamachi Tanabata Matsuri 2018

Stretching from Ueno to Asakusa, Shitamachi Tanabata features countless decorations, dancing, food and streets and live performances. It s a great way to soak in the summer in the streets of Old Tokyo.

HOUSETRIBE 3rd Anniversary

HOUSETRIBE, a house music event that started in 2015, is celebrating its three-year anniversary on 15 and 16 June with a party that s set to bring the roof down at renowned club Womb.

Koma Shrine Thanksgiving Day

Koma Shrine celebrates its more than 1300 year history in a two-day event, beginning at 16:00 of May 19 (Saturday). On May 20 (Sunday), festivities begin at 10:00 and run until 15:00.

Kakunodate Sakura Festival

The sakura or cherry blossom festival celebrates the arrival of spring and the cherry blossoms in the Samurai town of Kakunodate. Along the riverbank there is an avenue of over 150 cherry trees, which you can stroll over 2 kilometres.

Senzoku-Ike Autumn Festival

Senzoku-ike is a relaxing park and pond area located in Northern Ota Ward. Senzoku-Ike is home to several yearly events throughout the season


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