Held for the first time in 2013, Fiesta de España celebrates Japan-Spain relations and has drawn crowds in excess of 100,000 each year. Back in action this year after a COVID-related hiatus, the event promises various ways to enjoy the best of Spanish culture in the heart of Tokyo.
A host of Spanish foods including paella and pinchos morunos (pork skewers) will be available to purchase at the event, plus Spanish beers and wines to wash them down with. Music and dance performances will also feature prominently, with flamenco at the center of this.
Admission to the event itself is free, but bring yen if you plan on making a purchase.