DREAM YOSACOY Festival[Oct. 31] Place: Yurakucho Station: Yurakucho, Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line or Mita Line.
(21 min from our station) DREAM YOSACOY is one of the largest and most sophisticated festivals in Tokyo. Aiming to extend Japan’s dream from Tokyo to the world, the festival features about 7,500 dancers from 102 teams who fascinate 500,000 spectators with their dance performance in colorful costumes. Since its start, the festival has been organized by citizens in Tokyo and neighboring prefectures who are passionate about promoting Yosakoi dance, one of the Japanese traditional folk festival dances originated in Kochi Prefecture.
Kanda Used Book Festival [Oct. 27 ~ Nov.3] Place: Kanda-Jimbocho Station: Jimbocho sta. Tokyo Metro Shinjuku Line.
(14 min from our station)
The festival is the largest annual event in the Kanda-Jimbocho district, which is nationally known as a town of used and antique books. During the festival, a number of bookshelves full of used books are placed on sidewalks of the area's main street (Yasukuni Dori Avenue), creating a long "corridor of books" along with a line of local bookstores.
Tokyo art event "Design festa" [Nov. 6th~7th 11:00~] Place:Tokyo Big SIGHT Station: :Kokusai-tenji station, JR Shinjuku-shonan Line & Rinkai line (38 min from our station)
Over 2600 Booths, Performance and Live Music areas, Restaurants Cafes and Bars. Two days filled with art, energy, excitement and discovery!
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Asakusa Tori-no-ichi Fair [Nov. 7, 19] Place: Chokokuji Temple Station: Asakusa, Tokyo Metro Ginza Line (30 min from our station.)
Tori no Ichi Fair (open-air market) is a famous annual event in November on the day of the Tori (Rooster) in Chinese calendar and this event has continued to today since the Edo period.
Tori no Ichi is held at Temple of Tori (Juzaisan Chokoku-ji) in Asakusa, Tokyo or various shrines of Washi (Eagle) and many people come to there to pray for a health, good fortune and good business.
Tokyo Historical Festival [Nov. 3] Place: Sensoji Temple Station: Asakusa sta. Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
(30 min from our station)
This festival and parade first started on November 3, 1989 and now enters its 11th year, sending the message that Tokyo's history and culture originate in Asakusa.
Fall Evening Illumination at Rikugien Gardens [Nov. 19 - Dec. 5] Place: Rikugien Gardens Station: Komagome Sta. JR Yamanote Line, Tokyo Metro Nanboku Line
(26 min from our station)
The gardens are known as one of the best spots for fall foliage viewing. The annual illumination event during the season invites many people who enjoy the beautiful collaboration between the flame of autumn leaves and the illumination throughout this beautiful example of Edo gardens. Be advised that some parts of the gardens may be closed after 17:00 due to security reasons.
Oedo Antique Market [Oct. 17] 9：00～16：00 (In case of rain, the event will be cancelled) Place:Tokyo International Forum Station: Yuraku-cho, Subway Ginza Line & JR Yamanote Line
(24 min from our station) There are 250 shops sell a lot of Japanese antique. If you like antique goods, don't miss out.
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