Events in Japan
January - 1 : Ichi-gatsu
Japanese Sword Market in Asakusa | Jan. 13 & 14. 2019
300 of Japanese swords will be exhibited and sold. The event includes Sword performances.
A local event held in Adachi-ku of Tokyo 23 Wards, include Japanese folk dance experience, Ninja show, traditional performing arts on stage, Kimono and Ninja cosplay experience and more..
The festival of stylishness, rich humanity, and open-mindedness - offering different cultures of entertainment and arts cultivated in Taito City, Tokyo.
A traditional market held to sell Daruma dolls. Many stalls line along Honmachi-dori Road (Route 50) and shopping streets of central Maebashi. Traditional ceremonies will also take place on the street and at Maebashi Hachimangu Shrine.
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A flea market held in front of Tokyo International Forum Building, just one minute away from JR Yurakucho Station in Ginza. Admission Free.
A large event held at Tokyo Dome Stadium. Numerous food stalls from all over Japan will be gathered to serve unique local dishes. The highlight of the festival is traditional performing arts on the stage; lively folk dance, drumming float parade and more.
Celebrating the New Year 2019, various special events will take place at the Tokyo National Museum, Ueno, Tokyo. On January 2nd and 3rd, traditional dance and music will be performed. The schedule can be found on their official website.
Kawagoe historic district includes old merchant homes built in the traditional warehouse style of the Edo period. Kitain, a historical temple related to the Tokugawa Shogun family, has various attractions including the numerous stone states called Gokyaku Rakan.
The hidden-away-from-view statue of Yama, treasured at Shoenji temple 勝専寺 in Kitasenju 北千住, is opened to the public twice a year on 15th, 16th of January and July.
A traditional market with a history of over 400 years, more than 700 stalls will line on the streets. The marketplace is located near the Daikan-yashiki 代官屋敷, a former residential house of the local governor (Samurai house).
A traditional market held to sell Daruma dolls and lucky charms. More than 200 stalls line along Honcho-dori Avenue where “B-kyu Gurume” or B-movie types of food will be served. Traditional performing arts will also take place at Isesaki-jinja Shrine.