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Tokyo Game Show

Experience one of the biggest annual video game trade shows in the world.

Eco Edo Nihonbashi 2018

ECO EDO Nihonbashi 2018〜Enjoy with your five senses, the coolness of Edo

Aizu Festival in Fukushima

Aizuwakamatsu City is well-known for its rich samurai heritage. Every year, a 3-day festival takes place around the castle and down the main street in honor of the 3,000 members of the Aizu Clan who perished during the Boshin Civil War. The main event is a parade consisting of nearly 500 participants dressed as samurai and nobles from various samurai clans.

Night Aquarium

Great photos from Hidetomo Kimura's 'art aquarium' in Nihonbashi in 2013. 5,000 goldfish in Technicolor light make the art reach another dimension.

Art Aquarium

The Eco Edo Art Aquarium is an experimental art exhibition held every summer here at Nihonbashi that combines arts, goldfishes and Edo style altogether.

Manjushage Festival, Koma

For fifty weeks of the year, the town of Koma (just 50 km from Ikebukuro, Tokyo) could be just about anywhere in rural Japan, but the blooming spider lilies change everything.

Manjushage Festival

This carpet of over 5,000,000 bright red spider lilies beside the Koma River made it to the list of the top 30 reasons to visit Japan or really, the top 30 most beautiful places in Japan. So remarkable, in fact, that the Emperor and Empress of Japan came last year to see it for themselves.

Curry Rally

Curry Rally

If you absolutely love curry and can have it everyday, this event is for you! Try curries from 6 participating restaurants and receive a limited edition Curry Lover spoon and a chance to win a limited edition place mat.

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