The Naritasan Temple is known for its beautiful Japanese garden with seasonally blooming trees and flowers. The garden has about 500 of ume trees over 70 years old, and the flower gives off a sweet scent in late winter
Events in Japan
February - 2 : Ni-gatsu
The exhibition including events all about the camera, photography, and imaging
In 2021, the Setsubun day falls on 2nd of Feburary.
Setsubun is a traditional event held every 3rd of February, the day of turning of the season from winter to spring in accordance with the Japanese lunar calendar.
Mt. Tsukuba (Tsukubasan), a historic hiking spot within Tokyo area, has a large plum forest at 250m high on its slope, holds 1000 plum trees. On a sunny, clear day Skytree in Tokyo and even Mt.Fuji may be seen from up there.
Tokyo holds many gardens of Ume flower which blooms in February, and some Ume flower festivals will take place around the season.
Themed with living things, people in art craft creation, nature conservation and research will gather to showcase/sell their works..
A trade show held in the Toshima City of Tokyo, showcasing local manufacturers in the business fields - miscellaneous goods, information services, environment & energy, medical and health care.
Small and middle-sized manufacturers in Katsushika city and the surrounding cities in Tokyo will showcase their solid technologies and products. Admission Free.
SMTS (SUPERMARKET TRADE SHOW) offers the latest information about food distribution industry focusing on supermarkets in Japan and gives the opportunity to meet the leaders from the retail, wholesale, ready meal and food service industry.
A traditional market for kites, has a long history back in the Edo period. The highlight is food stalls line along the street leading the shrine from Oji Station.
The largest gift shows held in Tokyo, known as the place to find very best made-in-Japan products; housewares, interiors, toys, fashion & stationaries, and more!
Plum gardens are open for public to walk around the gardens and enjoy Ume viewing.