A large fireworks festival held at the Edogawa Riverside in Tokyo. About 13000 fireworks will be set off.
One of the largest fireworks festival held in Tokyo. Some 12 thousand of fireworks will be set off. Since this festival is held at the riverbank of the Arakawa River, visitors can sit back and lay on the ground while watching.
Hozuki(Japanese lantern plant) Market will be held at the temple in Kakurazaka. A traditional Japanese folk dance will also be performed on the streets there.
A traditional festival held at Susano-jinja Shrine in Arakawa Ward, Tokyo. People in the town carry Mikoshi portable shrines and parade in the street around the shrine.
A folk market held at Tsukishima old town known for Monja Street.About 150 stalls will line there.
Atago-jinja Shrine is located on the hill top of Atagoyama or Mt Atago, the highest mountain in the 23 wards of Tokyo, at an altitude of 25.7m. Atago-jinja Shrine is known for the thrilling, steep stone stairs. On the hill top of Atagoyama there is also NHK Museum of Broadcasting, the admission is free.
Bunkyo Ajisai Matsuri (Hydrangea) Festival) is held at Hakusan-jinja shrine and the Hakusan-koen garden in Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo. More than 3,000 hydrangeas will be in full bloom during the festival.
During the festival, the street is decorated with bamboos with colorful wishing paper, and various folk arts will be performed there on the weekend.
Arakawa City Art Culture Promotion Foundation holds a handmade product market at the event hall near Nippori Fabric Town. Admission is free.
A local dance festival will take place at Nishiarai-Daishi, a large temple in north Tokyo. During this festival, 20 dancing teams will perform Yosakoi dance in front of the temple. Yosakoi is an advanced folk dance originally from Kochi Prefecture on Shikoku Island. The feature of Yosakoi dance is to dance lively in a group
One of the largest cosplay events held in Japan. Cosplayers from over 30 countries come to Aichi Prefecture and join this event to compete for the championship.
One of the three largest traditional festivals in Tokyo and even in Japan, has a long history back to the Edo Period
The exhibition to promote the traditional handicraft industry in Arakawa-ku, Tokyo The admission is free.
During the 3-day festival, various events are staged on streets in Sawara old town, featuring parading of Dashi floats decorated with giant Samurai dolls, accompanying of traditional festival music "Sawara-bayashi"
A local festival held at Shoubunuma-koen Garden in Ayase, Adachi-ku ward, where more than 8000 iris flowers will be in bloom, and Jazz music will be played under the trees. During the festival, a world-food festival will also take place in Ayase town. Admission is free for both.
Rokucho Museum, a private museum in Adachi-ku, Tokyo, exhibits traditional Japanese artworks that include paintings by renown artists; Uemura Shoen, Ito Shinsui, and Togo Seiji.
An exhibition to promote traditional arts and crafts created in Adachi-ku of Tokyo 23 Wards. The exhibits include Hocho cooking knives, Bonsai scissors, Miniature shrines, Yukata (Casual Kimono dress), Ukiyoe wood printings and more.
Lies in the north-west of Kamakura historic town, this 23.7-hectares park boasts its landscapes created by nestling wild gardens into the natural setting.
Naritasan Gion is a religious festival held at Naritasan Temple and the nearby area in Narita, Chiba Prefecture. With a history of over 300 years, this traditional festival takes place annually in summer, in the hope of bountiful crops, the welfare of its people and dreams to come true. The highlight of the festival is parading of gorgeously decorated floats and people in traditional dress.
A traditional Japanese music concert will take place at a local community center at Umejima in Adachi-ku. This concert is good for local people living in the neighboring area. Admission is free.