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...
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Japanese Baby-Crying Sumo Festival - Nakizumo
Nakizumo is a 400-year old tradition where parents hand over their ki...
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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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...
Fukagawa Matsuri
Fukagawa Matsuri (深川祭, Fukagawa Matsuri, formerly 深川八幡祭 Fukagawa Hachiman Matsuri) or the Fukagawa Festival, is one of the three great Shinto festivals of Tokyo, along with the Kanda Matsuri ...
CON-CAN Movie Festival
CON-CAN Movie Festival (CON-CAN) is an audience-interactive online international short movie festival which aims to discover hidden creative talent from all over the world, enabling image creators and...
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Tokyo Filmex
Tokyo Filmex is an annual film festival established in 2000. This film festival was launched by Office Kitano, which is Takeshi Kitano's film company.For now, Office Kitano remains as one of the ma...
Tenno Matsuri
Tenno Matsuri (天王祭り) is a festival held annually, on the fourth Saturday of July, in Tsushima, Aichi. The highlight of the two-day event is the evening festival in which a dozen boats, each decorated ...
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Fuji Matsuri
Fuji Matsuri (藤まつり, ふじまつり) is a Japanese wisteria festival that takes place during April and May. Places it is celebrated include Tokyo, Shizuoka, and Okazaki.
Kurayami Matsuri
Ōkunitama Shrine (大國魂神社, Ōkunitama Jinja) is a shrine located in Fuchu, Tokyo Japan. Six different shrines in Musashi province were consolidated and their gods enshrined here. Ōkunitama is now...
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Kanda Matsuri
Kanda Matsuri (神田祭) or the Kanda Festival, is one of the three great Shinto festivals of Tokyo, along with the Fukagawa Matsuri and Sannō Matsuri. The festival started in the early 17th century as...
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Tokyo Music Festival
The Tokyo Music Festival was an international music contest that ran from 1972 to 1991. It was organised by the Tokyo Music Festival Association. The first edition of the Tokyo Music Festival took pl...
Asian Queer Film Festival
Asian Queer Film Festival (AQFF) is a film festival for sexual minorities held in Tokyo, Japan. It screens only Asian films.The festival began in 2007 is held every second year.
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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
Tokyo International Film Festival
The Tokyo International Film Festival (東京国際映画祭, Tōkyōkokusaieigasai) (TIFF) is a film festival established in 1985. The event was held biennially from 1985 to 1991 and annually thereafter. Alo...
B-Boy Park
B-Boy Park is a Japanese hip hop festival that takes place every year in Tokyo. It is free admission and open to public participation A prominent player on the Japanese hip hop scene, Crazy-A, organi...
Tokyo Summer Festival
The annual Tokyo Summer Festival, organized by the Arion-Edo Foundation in cooperation with Asahi Shimbun, has been thought up in 1985 by Kyoko Edo (pianist), Maki Ishii (composer) and Tashi Funayama ...
Sumidagawa Fireworks Festival
The Sumidagawa Fireworks Festival (隅田川花火大会, Sumidagawa Hanabi Taikai) is an annual fireworks festival held on the last Saturday in July, over the Sumidagawa near Asakusa. Unlike fireworks displays in ...
Sumidagawa Fireworks Festival - Wikipedia