One of the most exciting cities in the world, Tokyo has lots to offer when it comes to Summer Fun!!
Music festival? Samba Carnival? Traditional Japanese celebration? How about a fireworks extravaganza?
In a city that never sleeps – fun is just around the corner, you just need to know where to look:
- Fun in the water, 3 great water parks for you to choose from:
Summerland – 600 Shiraiwa, Kamiyotsugi, Akiruno-shi, Tokyo. Phone: 0425586511
Pool WAI (Water Amusement Island) – 7-11-3 Hosoyama, Asao-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa-ken 215-0001. Phone: 0449661111
Toshimaen – 4 Chome-41-1 Hayamiya, Nerima-ku, Tokyo-to 179-0085. Phone: 03-5241-5557
Please remember – tattoos and fake tattoos are NOT Allowed, and you will be escorted out without a refund if noticed.
- Fun watching Fireworks. Five of the largest fireworks extravaganzas for you to choose from. (Check local listing for exact dates).
Adachi Fireworks Festival – Arakawa River side (between the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line Railway Bridge and Nishiarai-bashi Bridge). The fireworks will be launched from the Senju side.
Katsushika Noryo Fireworks Festival – Katsushika Shibamata Baseball Field (next to Edogawa River).
Sumida River Fireworks Festival – location A is between Sakurabashi Bridge and Kototoibashi Bridge. Location B is between Komagatabashi Bridge and Umayabashi Bridge
Edogawa-ku / Ichikawa City Nohryo Fireworks Festival – Edogawa-ku side and Ichikawa City side of Edogawa River
Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise Symphony of Fireworks – Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise Boardwalk
- Out door Summer Parties – (Check local listing for exact dates).
Brazil Party In Yoyogi – one of the biggest summer parties in Tokyo, usually in July, full of Alcohol, Music, Food and good-looking people!!
Oktoberfest in Japan – yes, you heard it right, the world famous German tradition is happening in Japan once a year, usually in May. Komazawa Olympic Park Plaza 1-1, Komazawakoen, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 154-0013.
Sanja Matsuri – One of the most famous traditional Japanese outdoor festivals, held on the third Saturday and Sunday every May at the Asakusa Shrine. 2-26-1, Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032.
Chiyoda-ku Noryo no Yube (Lantern Floating Event) – About 700 lanterns sway in the moat of the Imperial Palace against a backdrop of the forest and Kitanomaru-koen Park. Chidorigafuchi-ryokudo Walkway, beyond 2 Sanban-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Chidorigafuchi Boathouse.
Asakusa Samba Carnival Parade – This event attracts authentic samba dance teams from across Japan. Be sure to arrive early and reserve a spot! Umamichi-dori Street and Kaminarimon-dori Street, Taito-ku, Asakusa.
If it’s splashing in the water, dancing in the street or having a late night picnic under the stars, you can always trust Boudoir to tell you where it’s at! Have a great time in the amazing city!!