Suwa-jinja is a historic shrine drawn in Ukiyoe-wood prints by Utagawa Hiroshige, has friendly been called "Osuwa-sama by local people over hundred years.  During the festival, about one hundred of stalls line the streets next to the shrine.

A night market held along Hinohara-kaido way in front of JR Musashi-Itsukaichi Station. Handmade lanterns line and shine in the market place, has a calm and friendly atmosphere of the old town in Tokyo.

A large summer festival held in Fussa, Tokyo municipal, has 400,000 visitors every year. During the festival, the streets are decorated with colorful Tanabata items and 100 stalls line there. People parade and dance through the streets. 

Hibiya Park Marunouchi Ondo Bon-odori Dance Festival is a large Japanese folk dance festival. Dancers in Yukata (Kimono like clothes) gather around a Yagura stage and dance together.

Began in 1957, Koenji Awa-odori dance festival became a popular event held every summer, where 10,000 dancers join and a million visitors come to see their performance.

A large Yosakoi-dance competition festival held at Harajuku Omotesando Street, Meiji Shrine, and NHK Keyaki Street in Tokyo. Yosakoi is an advanced-folk dance, originally started in Kochi on Shikoku Island. 

A large Japanese folk dance festival held in Hamacho-koen Park, Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo. Dancers in Yukata (Kimono like clothes) gather around a Yagura stage and dance together.