A festival held in Shinagawa, a town formerly known as a post station (Shukuba) sitting on Route Tokaido leading from Tokyo to Kyoto. During the festival, various events are held around Kitashinagawa station and Seiseki-koen areas, such as a parade of people in Edo-period costume (Samurai etc.), Taiko drum performances, and Oiran Douchu (a kind of runway walking of women in gorgeous Kimono dress)

Shinagawa Old town Festival
品川宿場まつり

Sep. 23rd(Sat), 24th(Sun) 2017
Location: Kitashinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo

Official website (Japanese) http://shinagawa-shukuba-matsuri.com/
PDF http://08lll.com/pdf/2017poster.pdf

Shinagawa Tourism Association http://www.sinakan.jp/entry.html?id=33592

23rd(Sat)
From 16:00(4:00PM)
Night parade of Oiran Douchu (Starts from near the Yatsuyama Exit of Kitashinagawa Station on the Keikyu Line)

24th(Sun)
From 12:00 : Parade in Kimono costume (Starts from the point Near Kitashinagawa station on the Keikyu Line)
From 13:00(1:00PM) : Fire Walking at Honsenji Temple (5min walk from Aomonoyokocho station on the Keikyu) Line
http://honsenji.net/taisai.html

Getting there (By train from Shinagawa Station)
Take a train on the Keihin Kyuko Railway (=Keikyu) and get off at Kitashinagawa Station
Keikyu Web http://www.keikyu.co.jp/worldwide/

Google Maps: Kitashinagawa Station
https://goo.gl/maps/jDquimLRmxs