Yoyogi Park’s Event Schedule for Spring/Summer 2020!

Upcoming Festivals at Yoyogi Park Tokyo 2020 Spring/Summer

Yoyogi Park (代々木公園) is a popular park located in central Tokyo, which is accessible from several touristy areas in the city such as Shibuya, Harajuku and Shinjuku.

Yoyogi Park is a popular spot for cherry blossoms and autumn leaves viewing, but other than that, the park draws a large number of visitors as the venue for special event.

Numbers of events and festivals are held at Yoyogi Park through the year, almost every weekends during spring and summer. Those events feature special themes, music, performances, markets and food with festive atmospheres, and usually they are free entrance.

If you are travelling in Tokyo and looking for fun and exciting events, Yoyogi Park might be the best spot to hand out!

In this article, I’d like to share with you guys the schedule of upcoming events at Yoyogi Park for 2020 spring and summer (from March to August)!

Note: the schedule will be updated from time to time

Due to the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak, numbers of facilities and events in Japan are closed temporarily or cancelled. Please read the article below and check temporary closures and cancelled events in Tokyo.


<<CANCELLED>> 28 February to 1 March: Japan Fisherman’s Festival 2020

A 3-day fish festival with over 80 stalls serving delicious seafood dishes and stage performances including cooking tutorials.

29 February to 1 March: World Gourmet and Music Festival 2020

<<CANCELLED>> 7–8 March: Furushoku Festival 2020

The food festival featuring numbers of food stalls offering traditional Japanese food and regional dishes for 2 days.

<<CANCELLED>> 14–15 March: I Love Ireland Festival 2020

Asia’s Largest St. Patrick’s Day event that features Irish music, food and of course, beer.

<<CANCELLED>> 22 March: Shibuya Omotesando Women’s Run

A running race for women on a course through Shibuya district

28–29 March: Spring Love Harukaze 2020

The 2 days cultural event with tribal arts, live music and cherry blossoms


4–5 April: Outdoor Day Japan 2020

The 2-day event of outdoor and nature activities with the latest outdoor gadgets and field activities.

11–12 April: Yoyogi Park Wan Wan Carnival

The biggest dog event in Tokyo that dog lovers can participate with their own dogs with several fun events

18–19 April: Earth Day Tokyo 2020

The eco-friendly and organic event celebrating the Earth Day with the world in Tokyo

25–26 April: Tokyo Rainbow Pride 2020

Celebrating LGBT pride with numbers of events, performances and march.


3–4 May: Cambodia Festival 2020

The biggest Cambodia event featuring delicious Cambodian food markets, music and shows.

3–5 May: Tokyo Flea Market

The 10th Tokyo Flea Market with lots of regional and craft products

9–10 May: Thai Festival 2020

One of the most popular annual events at Yoyogi Park, celebrating Thai culture.

16–17 May: Vietnam Festival 2020

Japan’s biggest Vietnamese event held in Yoyogi Park annually, featuring delicious food and live performance of traditional music.

22–24 May: TOKYO JAZZ + plus the PLAZA

23–24 May: OKINAWA Matsuri 2020

A 2-day Okinawa themed festival with the authentic Okinawan cultural performances and food.

30–31 May: Laos Festival 2020

The biggest Laos festival in Japan, featuring Laotian food, music and markets.

30–31 May: Jamaica Festival Reggae & Cuisine 2020


To be announced


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To be announced

-Yoyogi Park (代々木公園)

Map: http://bit.ly/37bBnHq

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

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

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