Hataka Dontaku is one of the most traditional festivals in Japan, being celebrated for over 800 years. Every year, during Golden Week, it gathers nearly 2 million people in Fukuoka.
In May, Tokyo will host the Okinawa Matsuri, a festival celebrating the food, music, and art from Okinawa. Come get the good vibes!
During 10 days, Roppongi Hills Arena will showcase over 110 breweries in a huge event for sake lovers and foodies.
Kurayami Matsuri is one of the oldest festivals in Tokyo, held for seven days from April 30th to May 6th. The main events are celebrated at night, making it an other-worldly experience.
At the base of Mt. Fuji, over 800,000 shibazakura plants bloom in pink, white and violet, covering over 24,000 square meters.
The ancient Japanese tradition that turns tea preparation into art continues to attract thousands of tourists every year. Here's where to experience it with tea masters!
Yes, you read it right! The land of cuteness, Sanrio Puroland, will be invaded by zombies once more on the 5th edition of the "Obaken Zombieland in Sanrio Puroland 2019". Gory stuff!
Koharuken is a long-established western-style restaurant that has been active since the Meiji era. Their specialty is the katsudon, rice bowl with deep-fried pork cutlet, egg, and vegetables.
Terunari offers a variety of innovative Japanese and French cuisine. Japanese and wine. French and sake. Enjoy this delicious mixture!
The festival, held at Yoyogi Park, brings together soba noodles from all over Japan. On top of that, you can also taste 100 varieties of sake.