Tokyo × October
Yomiuriland JewelluminationRead Later
Yomiuriland Jewllumination, a popular illumination event in Tokyo where elegant jewel-like lights are lit, enhancing Tokyo’s night view, is back for 2018!
[Tokyo] A Shopping District for Cooking Utensils! The 35th Kappabashi Dougu Matsuri (Kappabashi Tool Festival)Read Later
“Kappabashi Dougu Street” is a shopping district between Tokyo’s Asakusa and Ueno areas that extends around 800 meters from north to south.
It is an interesting shopping district, where around 170 shops all related to “food” items all gather, selling the obvious items like cooking utensils and tableware, as well as other things like restaurant signboards.
A large-scale tool festival is held annually in October, during which there are great sales and even lotteries! There are also food stalls set up during the festival, so you can enjoy delicious food too!
Tokyo Ramen Show 2018Read Later
Ramen is one of the most quintessential dishes of Japan that all tourists should try at least once—though I’m sure once won’t be enough. It’s a perfect harmony of noodles, soup, and other ingredients. And what better a place to try it than at the Tokyo Ramen Show, where you can try ramen from popular local shops from all over Japan in one stop! You can also try original ramen that you won’t be able to find anywhere else!
The Japanese version of the famous German beer festival
of “Oktoberfest” will be held in Odaiba, Tokyo. You can enjoy real German beer, German sausages, and there is also live music performed by German bands.
I love drinking out in the open, who doesn’t!?
Not a beer drinker? Don’t worry. There are many beverage selections other than beer. You’re definitely going to have a good time.
O-eshiki at Ikegami Honmon-ji (Ikegami Honmon-ji Temple), a Great Occasion at Summer NightRead Later
In the brisk fall night breeze, my friend and I meet at Tokyo’s Ikegami by appointment and we are about to visit the Ikegami Honmon-ji O-eshiki, an annual event held between October 11 and October 13.
The Tokyo Grand Tea Ceremony 2016 is your chance to experience a traditional Japanese tea ceremony!Read Later
Many people coming to Japan look forward to experiencing sado, a traditional Japanese tea ceremony—for some it’s even at the top of their to-do list! The large-scale Tokyo Grand Tea Ceremony 2016 is a great opportunity for those interested in sado to experience and learn more about it.