Japan Event Calendar

Customize your Japan itinerary by finding events that will make your trip unique and memorable with The Nihon Sun Japan Event Calendar.

Visit the Japan National Tourist Organization (JNTO) Festival Page to find an overview of festivals, traditional events and a listing of national holidays in Japan.  Events can be searched by month or by region.

Next browse through the Japan Times Festival Listings that provides an overview of fairs, festival & exhibitions throughout Japan on a monthly basis.  The listings are easy to use and include access information to each event.

If it’s a movie that you are looking for then look no further than the Japan Moving Listings prepared by The Japan Times.

Japan Festival Decorations


Looking for concerts, stage shows, dance and information on events at clubs and bars in Tokyo? How about bazaars, flea markets and other special events?   Be sure to scan through the comprehensive Tokyo area event listings presented by Metropolis to find the event that is right for you.

If you love a good bargain or a looking for one of a kind souvenir you might want to add an antique or flea market to your Tokyo area itinerary.  Many are held in the city’s shrines and temples and are a great way to tour a neighborhood that you may not have visited otherwise.

If you are a fan of the arts you will want to learn about the events listed at Tokyo Art Beat, Tokyo’s art & design events calendar.  The site lists more than 500 events in 750 spaces throughout the city and can be searched by area or type of event.  Here are just a few of the events that will be closing soon:

Visit Tokyo Art Beat to read event reviews, find out about recent openings and upcoming events.

For a wide variety of upcoming events be sure to check out the TokyoTopia Tokyo Events page.

More great travel planning resources can be found in the article, Cut & Paste Japan Trip Planning,  which will help you plan a trip to Japan that is highly personalized and create memories that will last a lifetime.

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