Events in Japan
November - 11 : Jyuichi-gatsu
The Naritasan Temple is known for its beautiful Japanese garden with seasonally blooming trees and flowers. In autumn, the 165,000-square-meter garden is covered with colorful fall leaves.
A local event held in Katsushika-ku ward, Tokyo. This cultural exchange event gives visitors opportunities to have various multicultural experiences.
Showakinen-koen, the largest national park in Tokyo, has various attractions including cultural and sporting amenities as well as gardens. The 300m-long ginkgo trees tunnel is the highlight of the park in autumn.
A food event held at Chichibu in Saitama Prefecture, known for the scenic spots along the Arakawa River. Soba noodles made with fresh buckwheat cropped in this October will be served at the festival.
This air show held annually on the 3rd of November at Iruma Air Base in Saitama Prefecture, has more than 200 thousand people coming up to see the exciting acrobatic performance by the team Blue Impulse. Various fun events will also take place there.
The exhibition to present cutting-edge technologies and materials used in all kinds of toilet equipment; toilets for nursing care, portable toilets used in a time of disaster, and stylishly designed bathroom amenities.
Organized by the Japan Building Maintenance Association, this exhibition is a trading platform for sophisticated building maintenance and cleaning technologies.
A series of factory tours held in Sumida-ku Tokyo. This event is to encourage people to know about the industries in Sumida-ku, the district has many small factories engaged in the production from traditional crafts to cutting-edge components.
A civic culture festival organized by Kokubunji International Association. The program includes Japanese speech presentation, cultural exchange, World performance, and fun event for kids.
Press Release by ImmunoGenex
[Tokyo, Japan, November 2, 2018] ImmunoGenex will be launching a Medical Lecture Series for the general English-speaking public, with a focus on precision medicine and cancer immunotherapy in Japan.
More than 500 pottery stalls will take place at this market and sell various types of potteries; teacups, rice bowls and Ramen bowls, designed in a traditional or modern Japanese style. Walking around the market to find your favourite will be fun.
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