Festivals in Tokyo
Tokyo holds many festivals (matsuri) throughout the year. Major festivals include the Sanno Festival at Hie Shrine, and the Sanja Festival at Asakusa Shrine. The Kanda Matsuri in Tokyo is held every t...
Tokyo Ballet
Tokyo Ballet is dance company based in Tokyo, Japan, and founded in 1964. Tokyo Ballet performs works of Eastern and Western dance, including classical ballet and neoclassical ballet works. It is one ...
Tokyo Anime Center
The Tokyo Anime Center (東京アニメセンター) is a permanent facility that has been created, to market anime to residents of Japan, as well as Western visitors. The facility will host regular events, live radio ...
Orchestral Game Music Concerts
The Orchestral Game Music Concerts (オーケストラによるゲーム音楽コンサート, Ōkesutora ni yoru Gēmu Ongaku Konsāto) were a series of Japanese video game music concerts. The events took place in Tokyo from 1991 to...
Tokyoten
Tokyoten (東京展, Tōkyōten) is an annual fine arts festival in Tokyo, Japan which has been running since 1975.
The festival has hosted works by many artists, including the following.
Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra
The Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra (東京都交響楽団, Tōkyo-to Kōkyō Gakudan), also known as Tokyō (都響), is one of the representative symphony orchestras of Japan. The Orchestra was founded in ...
List of museums in Tokyo
The following is a list of museums and art galleries in Tokyo. To use the sortable table, click on the icons at the top of each column to sort that column in alphabetical order; click again for rever...
List of museums in Tokyo - Wikipedia
Tokyo Symphony Orchestra
The Tokyo Symphony Orchestra (東京交響楽団, Tōkyō Kōkyō Gakudan), or TSO, was established in 1946 as the Toho Symphony Orchestra (東宝交響楽団). It assumed its present name in 1951. Based in Kawasaki, the...
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Sanja Matsuri
Sanja Matsuri (三社祭, literally "Three Shrine Festival"), or Sanja Festival, is one of the three great Shinto festivals in Tokyo. It is considered one of the wildest and largest. The festival is hel...
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Seikadō Bunko Art Museum
Seikadō Bunko Art Museum (静嘉堂文庫) is a museum of East Asian art in Setagaya, Tokyo.
The core collection of the museum was created by Yanosuke Iwasaki (1851–1908), the second president of Mitsub...
Seikadō Bunko Art Museum - Wikipedia
Tōyō Bunko
The Tōyō Bunko (東洋文庫), or "Oriental Library", is Japan's largest Asian studies library and one of the world's five largest. It also functions as a research institute dedicated to the study of Asia...
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Tokyo (Masaharu Fukuyama song)
"Tokyo" is the twentieth single by Japanese artist Masaharu Fukuyama. It was released on 17 August 2005.
Tokyo (Masaharu Fukuyama song) - Wikipedia
Meiji Shrine Spring Festival
Tokyo holds many festivals (matsuri) throughout the year. Major festivals include the Sanno Festival at Hie Shrine, and the Sanja Festival at Asakusa Shrine. The Kanda Matsuri in Tokyo is held every t...
Meiji Shrine Spring Festival - Wikipedia
Sannō Matsuri
Sannō Matsuri (山王祭) or the Sannō Festival, is a major Shinto festival in Tokyo, along with the Fukagawa Matsuri and Kanda Matsuri. The Festival takes place annually in June, but involves a process...
Tokyo (Danny Saucedo song)
"Tokyo" is a 2007 single released by Swedish artist Danny Saucedo better known as Danny.In 2008, Danny participated with the song in Polish Sopot International Song Festival
The song entered and p...
Tokyo (Danny Saucedo song) - Wikipedia
Left My Heart in Tokyo
"Left My Heart in Tokyo" is a song by British girl group Mini Viva, co-written by Norwegian singer Annie and remixer Fred Falke and produced by Brian Higgins and his production team Xenomania. The so...
Left My Heart in Tokyo - Wikipedia
Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum
The Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum (江戸東京たてもの園, Edo Tōkyō Tatemono En, lit. "Edo Tokyo Buildings Garden") in Koganei Park, Tokyo, Japan, is a museum of historic Japanese buildings.The ...
Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum - Wikipedia