The food festival will take place at Tokyo Meat Market in Shinagawa, Tokyo. The festival's specialties in this year are meat products from Iwate prefecture. You will be able to sample Tonkatsu and Yakiniku.
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The largest food festival featuring Tsukemen (dipping) Ramen will take place at Okubo-koen in Shinjuku. During the festival, visitors can enjoy Tsukemen Ramen of 100 famous restaurants across Japan.
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Ningyocho 人形町 (means doll town) in Nihonbashi is a commercial and cultural district with a 400-year history back to Edo period, flourished with Kabuki theaters and Japanese puppet shows. During the Ningyouichi doll market, many stalls line along Ningyocho Street.
The gardens have 274 different types of 5100 roses, bloom in spring and autumn.
Yabusame is the art of shooting arrows on horseback, performed as a traditional ceremony that derives from horse riding exercises for Samurai warriors.
A local food festival held in Hachioji City of Tokyo Prefecture. During this 2-day festival, many food stalls will offer special local food; Yakitori, Tendon, Yakisoba and more. Tokyo-made food products will also be sold there.
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A lineup of events to experience the tradition and the culture of Ginza; an open-air tea ceremony, the Diners Club’s Ginza Restaurant Week, Kid's Kabuki, and walking tours to visit temples and shrines in Ginza.
Oeshiki is a Buddhist memorial service held on the anniversary of the holy priest Nichiren’s death.
A gardening exhibition at Hibiya Park in Tokyo, will hold various events; gardening competition, flower arrangement workshop, outdoor activity experiences and more. Admission is free.
This festival takes place in Nihonbashi and Kyobashi area near JR Tokyo Station, includes a large parade with some three thousand people, making their way down Chuo Dori Street.
Tokyo Heritage Weeks (Tokyo Bunkazai Week 東京文化財ウィーク) is a special time for Tokyo citizens, letting them have an opportunity to get closer to the cultural heritage retained in Tokyo and to understand the importance of the preservation of such heritage.