Events in Japan

November - 11 : Jyuichi-gatsu

Events in Japan

NabeFes Japanese Hot Pot Festival | Nov.30- Dec.2 2018

A massive food festival held at Hibiya-koen Park. Over 280 thousand people visit this event to enjoy the tastes of various Japanese hot pot dishes.

Kagurazaka Street Stage O-edo Tour | Nov. 10 and 11 2018

A series of traditional performing arts will take place at Bishamonten Zenkoku-ji Temple, Kagurazaka-dori street and the stone-paved alleys of the Kagurazaka district.

Dog Show "Shippo Festa" | Nov.17 and 18 2018

This event will include dog sport "Extream" competition, photography workshop, dog cafes, an exhibition of dog products.

The World Yuru-chara Awards | Nov. 24 and 25 2018

Yuru-chara or local mascots created across Japan and some other countries will gather at Hanyu City in Saitama prefecture to compete for the award as the most popular Yuru-chara

COMITIA, Comic Book Tradeshow | Nov. 25 2018

Comitia is a large comic book trade show featuring original independent Manga/Comic books, where both professional and amateur comic artists offer their self-published books. Along with this event, Tokyo International Comic Festival is also held.

Le Tour de France SAITAMA CRITERIUM | Nov. 4 2018

The race is set on the 3.1km closed circuit in the middle of Saitama city. International top riders who have won classifications of 2017 Le Tour de France and Japanese leading riders will compete.

Yabusame Horseback Archery at Kawagoe | Nov. 17. 2018

Yabusame is the art of shooting arrows on horseback, performed as a traditional ceremony that derives from horse riding exercises for Samurai warriors.

KOGEI Art Fair Kanazawa 2018 | Nov.16 - 18 2018

KOGEI Art Fair Kanazawa will take place in Kanazawa, the city recognized internationally as a city of art crafts or Kogei. Kogei Art Fair Kanazawa will be a platform to showcase the fresh, new values and aesthetic consciousness of Kogei from Kanazawa to the world.

Tokyo Kurashi Lifestyle Fair | Nov.1-2 2018

A local tradeshow for Tokyo-made lifestyle products. The Taito-ku Industrial Fair will also take place at the exhibition site.

Dream Yosacoy Dance Festival | Nov.2 - 4. 2018

The Dream Yosacoy Festival is one of the largest street dance festivals held in Tokyo, featuring around 6,000 dancers in about 80 teams, some 500,000 people come to see the dynamic performances.

Tokyo Metropolitan Tourism Chrysanthemum Exhibition | Nov.1-23. 2018

Tokyo Metropolitan Tourism Chrysanthemum Exhibition will take place in Hibiya Park near Imperial Palace, a tourist spot in Tokyo. This open-air exhibition is admission free.

Gyoza Festival in Utsunomiya | Nov. 3 and 4. 2018

Utsunomiya is known for Gyoza, the food as popular as Ramen. Food stalls will line at Utsunomiya Joushi Park where various types of Gyoza are served at very reasonable price.

Kitamoto Night Festival (Nebuta Festival) | Nov. 3. 2018

The largest Nebuta festival held in Kanto area of Japan (Greater Tokyo). People parade with colourfully pictured large paper lanterns 

Hakone Daimyo Gyoretsu (Samurai Parade) | Nov. 3. 2018

Located in Hakone, Hakone-yumoto is an Onsen hot spring resort town with a long history. This event is a parade to re-enact the Daimyo Gyoretsu, the feudal lord's procession done in the Edo Period over 265 years.

Oshijo Castle Jidai Festival | Nov. 11. 2018

Held at the park of Oshijo 忍城, a small but historic castle in Gyoda city, features a parade of people in samurai warrior costumes. The highlight is the performance of harquebusiers. 

Matsuri Festival in Hanno City, Saitama | Nov. 3 and 4 2018

A traditional festival held in Hanno City. People from towns in the Hanno gather with their gorgeous floats and parade on the streets.

Torinoichi Market at Otori-jinja Shrines | Nov.1, 13. and 25. 2018

Torinoichi Fair 酉の市 is an open-air market selling lucky charms called Kumade. It's been said that the Kumade bring people good fortunes and protect from misfortunes.

Sakura Jidai Matsuri Festival | Nov. 11. 2018

Sakura 佐倉 is a former castle town located near Narita City in Chiba prefecture.People in traditional costume will act armoured warriors, Samurai, and princesses, will parade along the streets of the castle town. Kobudo or ancient Japanese martial art will also be performed.