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Tokyo Festivals and Events Calendar

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Late March Tokyo International Anime Fair Odaiba, Tokyo Big Sight An International trade far, attracting foreign and domestic anime production companies, broadcasters, software developers.
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Early May Meiji-Jingu Shrine Grand Spring Festival Harajuku, Meiji-Jingu Shrine Various traditional music and dance are performed such as Noh, Kyogen and Japanese archery
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Late April – early May LA FOLLE JOURNEE au JAPON Marunouchi, Tokyo International Forum A classical music festival started in Nantes, France in 1995, Featuring a different composer each year.
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Middle of May Sanja Matsuri Festival Asakusa, Asakusa Shrine This three-day festival is noted for its procession of Mikoshi portable shrines.
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Middle of May Kanda Matsuri Festival Ochanomizu, Kanda Myojin One of the “Edo Thee Grand Festivals”. A portable shrine parade is the main event.
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June 15th Sanno Festival Nagata-cho, Hie Shrine One of the “Edo Thee Grand Festivals”. Japanese-style street food and carnival-like games can also be enjoyed.
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The end of July Sumida Fireworks Asakusa, Sumida River The sheer number of fireworks exceeds 20,000. The highlight of the Tokyo summer.
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Middle of August Tokyo Bay Fireworks Festival Odaiba, Harumi-futo Pier You can’t miss the largest fireworks display in Tokyo. The sheer number of fireworks exceeds 12,000.
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The end of August Asakusa Samba Carnival Asakusa Inspired by Rio de Janeiro’s Carnival, this festival draws over 1,500 dancers who came from as far away Brazil.
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October Tokyo International Film Festival Roppongi, Shibuya, Akihabara One of the largest film showcases in Asia.
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Early November Tokyo Jidai Matsuri Festival Asakusa, Sensoji Tmple A parade recalling the capital’s evolution from the Edo era to the present performed in traditional costumes.
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