Yoyogi Park’s Event Schedule for Autumn/Winter 2018–2019!

Upcoming Festivals at Yoyogi Park Tokyo 2018–2019 Autumn/Winter

Yoyogi Park is a popular park of Tokyo, which is located in the heart of the city and very accessible from popular tourist areas such as Shibuya, Harajuku and Shinjuku. Yoyogi Park holds numbers of fun and exciting festivals and events through the year. From music events to unique international festivals, a variety of shows, performances and food can be enjoyed at the park almost every weekend. Moreover, most of events are FREE to enter!

Check out the schedule of upcoming events at Yoyogi Park this autumn and winter (2018–2019), and if you are around, don’t miss a chance to join exciting events in Tokyo! (the schedule will be updated from time to time)

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31st August-2 September Tokyo Jazz Festival

The biggest Jazz event in Japan held for 3 days at NHK Hall (tickets required) and Yoyogi Park (Free)
Check the lineup: http://www.tokyo-jazz.com/

8–9th China Festival

Celebrating the friendship between Japan and China with delicious Chinese food, drink, music and performance shows.

8–9th Afro American Caribbean Festa

Enjoy authentic Caribbean food, drink, music, dance and fashion

14th Neo Japonism 2nd Live Concert NEO LIBERTY

One of the hottest female group “Neo Japonism” ‘s free concert

15–16th Latin Music Summer Fes 2018

Dance away the 2018 summer with funky and lively Latin music all day long

29–30th Namaste India 2018

Japan’s biggest Indian event held annually featuring delicious food, drinks, crafts, music and shows.

29–30th Egypt Festival


5–8th Hokkaido Food Fair

One of the biggest food events in Japan with lots of delicious food from the northern land of Japan

20–21th Japanese-Indonesian Friendship Festival 2018

The biggest Indonesian festival in Japan with food, drinks, dance, music and craftworks

20–21th Tokyo Vegefood Festa

The biggest veggie food festival in Tokyo with a variety of food, drinks and fair trade products, the perfect event for vegetarians and vegans, and get to know their food culture!

27–28th Earth Garden Autumn 2018

Organic, natural and eco themed festival with food and handicrafts



10–11th Tokyo Snow Festival

The first snow event of the year featuring snowboarding shows and competition, live music and talk shows.

16–18th Olive Oil & Bread Festivals 2018

Tasteful olive oil and bread from all around the world will gather at the festival

17–18th Spain Festival Fiesta de España 2018

The biggest Spanish themed festival in Japan featuring delicious Spanish food, wine, Flamenco and more!

24–25th Be vint-age

Fashion x Art event with over 100 booths and shows where young and motivated creators and designers display their works.

24–25th Russian Festival

The first Russian festival held at Yoyogi Park featuring traditional Russian food and various kinds of Russian vodka and cocktails.

29th Nov – Oedo Waen 2018

The biggest outdoor expo featuring Soba (buckwheat noodle) and over 100 kinds of Sake


The famous winter illumination event BLUE CAVE SHIBUYA is held around Yoyogi Park and Shibuya Koendori Street.

More info:


-2nd Dec Oedo Waen 2018


9th Oedo Antique Festival

Tokyo’s biggest outdoor antique festival held in Yoyogi Park and Tokyo International Forum (Yurakucho)

22–23th World Christmas Festival

Celebrating the Christmas with international food, drinks, music and dance.



12–13th AKITA Wonderful Festival

The Akita prefecture themed festival featuring regional specialties such as crafts, food, sake and the adorable local breed Akita dogs.

13th Oedo Antique Festival

Tokyo’s biggest outdoor antique festival held in Yoyogi Park and Tokyo International Forum (Yurakucho)

19–20th Earth Garden Winter 2019

The event features organic, natural and eco-friendly food and handicrafts


2–3th Tokyo Asian Culture Festival

9–10th World Valentine’s Day Christmas

24th Oedo Antique Festival

Yoyogi Park (代々木公園)

Map: https://goo.gl/eYMS3j

Access: 3 mins walk from Harajuku Station or Yoyogikoen Station or Meijijingu Station

Website: http://www.tokyo-park.or.jp/english/

How exciting?? There are many more upcoming events at many spots in Tokyo! Please check out these links below to find out more info!

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