Poland Festival

Discover Polish culture, food, and more in Tokyo

Venue: Shibuya Stream Hall When: Early May 2024

The annual Poland Festival in Tokyo is Japan's biggest celebration of Polish culture, and the event includes a variety of ways to learn more about this part of the world. From full-scale stage programs to cultural exhibitions and workshops, through to Polish cuisine for sale and Polish animation screenings for children, the festival caters to visitors of all ages. For anyone planning to visit Poland in the future, there will also be tourism information available.

For those who can't be in Shibuya on the day of the event, it will be livestreamed on the Polish Institute in Tokyo's YouTube account so that more people can enjoy the atmosphere from home.

Admission to the event itself is free of charge, but bring yen if you plan on buying something to eat.

Getting there

Shibuya Stream Hall is located on the 4th floor of the Shibuya Stream complex. The venue has direct connectivity to Shibuya Station via Exit C2.

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Ursula Lang 9 months ago
Lajkonik Polish Song and Dance Ensemble would like to travel to Japan to dance at your Festival. We come highly recommended by the Polish Ambassador in Canberra. We have recently returned from Darwin where we gave a full length concert of Polish folk song and dance together with a classical piano recital of Chopin and other classical composers by one of our highly acclaimed concert pianists in Sydney, Gregory Kinda. Could you please get in touch if you think there would be opportunity for our Ensemble to come and dance for your Festival. Regards Ursula Lang Artistic Director
Sleiman Azizi a year ago
The livestreaming of the event is a great idea. Hope it works well for everyone involved.
Kim Author a year ago
It is nice, especially for those who can't be there in person!
Elizabeth S a year ago
I long for pierogi! My family picked up the cuisine during migration through Europe. Suigyoza are a good approximation.
Kim Author a year ago
My husband is part Polish and has an affinity for them too!

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