Asakusa’s Sanja Festival boasting 700 years of history. Mikoshi (portable shrines) and floats are pulled through the streets while loud shouts accompany them, and during the festival’s 3 days, 1.5 million people come out to celebrate.
Starting from Jingu-Gaien Park, the fireworks festival that takes place from 4 sites is a sight to behold as a collaboration between big-name guests and fireworks. It is famous as one of Tokyo’s Big 3 Fireworks Festivals.
- Adult: 6500 JPY
Price differs depending on the venue
The opening times for the venues are as follows:
・Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium:4:00pm
・Jingu Softball Stadium：3:00pm
・Tokyo Gymnasium Grounds：5:00pm
Top teams gathering from all over Japan take part in a genuine samba dance contest competing for top scores. Enjoy this samba carnival which is said to be the largest of its kind in the northern hemisphere.
Starting with video games and evolving into portable platforms, smartphones, and virtual reality, this is the world’s largest trade fair for the game industry.
- Adult: 1200 JPY
- Child: 0 JPY
The Fuji Shibazakura Festival held annually from April to June is an event only in the spring where you can walk among the scenery of 800,000 blossoms of shibazakura. The towering sight of Mt. Fuji beyond this carpet of flowers is impressive.
- Everyday (8:00 AM ~ 5:00 PM )
Between April and May
Check the official page.
- Adult: 600 JPY
- Child: 250 JPY
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