One of the largest international tourism events in Japan, will be an all-encompassing event showcasing the many facets of travel and the creative and varied lifestyle information and trends.
Events in Japan
September - 9 : Ku-gatsu
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This annual event in 2022 is canceled
A large Yosakoi-dance competition festival held at Kiba-koen (Kiba Park) in Koto-ku ward, Tokyo.
One of the largest trade shows held in Tokyo, known as a gateway to the gift market in Japan.
Organized by Tokyo Toy and Doll Association, this tradeshow is held to showcase new products for the Christmas sales season.
The creation of the new market is the basic concept of the Gourmet & Diningstyle Show (GDS), which chiefly aims at the new business development by leaping the boundaries between the existing business categories.
A tradeshow for all analog game lovers.
This local event takes place at Yushima, an old town in Bunkyo-ku ward, has streets where cats often walk around at a leisurely pace. During this event, some of the shops and cafes in the area will offer specials all related to cats or Neco.
One of the most significant video game exhibitions held in Asia, showcasing the latest games released all around the world.
A meeting and communication place for creating a global organic platform.
The festival unfolds from the stage of Roppongi City, developing content such as art installations, music, performances, and talk events across the city to advance the possibilities of art within society.
A large Manga and Anime trade shows held in the western regions of Japan. This event takes place near Heian-jingu Shrine in Kyoto.
This is an event for mask lovers by mask lovers, who are fascinated by creating/wearing masks, headgears, hoods, helmets, goggles, or anything to put on the head.
Performers from the city and other regions in Japan will take part in showing their traditional dance and music.
Nezu-jinja Shrine is a historic shrine founded 1900 years ago, lies in Ya-ne-sen (Yanaka Nezu Sendagi) area known as a tourist spot off the beaten path. During this festival, Mikoshi parade and the traditional dance will be performed.
This temple annually holds a funeral service. People take their unwanted dolls to the temple to leave and ask for the funeral ceremony to say goodbye.
Professional trade show for the beauty and health industry. The exhibition comprised of ANTI-AGEING JAPAN, DIET＆BEAUTY FAIR ASIA, and SPA＆WELLNESS JAPAN.
Exhibition of 3D Printing/Additive manufacturing technologies