Natsu Biraki Music Festival, Tokyo [Cancelled]

Family friendly event in Tachikawa

By Sleiman Azizi    - 1 min read
Venue: Arena Tachikawa Tachihi When: Mid Jul 2020
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Cancelled event

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Last updated: May 19, 2020

Natsu Biraki Music Festival 2019 in Tokyo will be held at the Arena Tachikawa Tachihi in Tachikawa. Hugely popular, mid-July music event held over three days has grown immensely over the last decade.

The festival features many of Japan's most engagingly independent artists and is based on the idea that suburban locations can be attractive to everyone. Parents with children are very much catered for with nursing and changing rooms available as well play areas and activities like yoga and painting for the whole family. Making it easier on parents, the organisers have wisely made it free for children under 12 years of age.

With single and multiple day passes available, please check the official website for pricing details.

Getting there

Take the JR Chuo Line to Tachikawa Station. From the North Exit, take the Tama Monorail or the Tachikawa Bus to Tachihi Station. The arena is a short stroll from the station.

Sleiman Azizi

Sleiman Azizi @sleiman.azizi

A Japanese Permanent Resident, I have over 300 published articles on Japan as well as 5 English language books written in a traditional Japanese style. I happen enjoy writing. Funny that...I'm also the Regional Partner for Tokyo, Japan's never ending capital, so if you've anything to say about Tokyo - or Japan in general - don't be shy and contact with me via

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Kim B 11 months ago
I love how family-friendly this event sounds!
Kim B 11 months ago
Yes! The last time I went to a music festival was in the B.C. era (before children!) if that gives you any this is lovely to see!