Tokyo’s boutique stores are displaying pumpkin, acorn and other autumn-themed decor, and Halloween celebrations start at Tokyo Disney on September 10. That doesn’t mean you can’t bask in the final vestiges of summer in Tokyo this weekend with a wide range of events from matsuri festivals to beer gardens to outdoor concerts.
Home-grown hero Yoshihide Muroya looks to recapture the title in front 100,000 fans in Chiba as top athletes compete in the FMX Division in the Red Bull Air Race World Championship.
The final installment of legendary photographer Kishin Shinoyama’s seven-year traveling “Photo Power” exhibition series at AaMo Gallery at Tokyo Dome City features iconic shots of famous faces such as John Lennon and Yoko Ono.
In this solo exhibition at UltraSuperNew Gallery in Jingumae, Ayaka Horiuchi displays a photo series shot entirely on film that focuses on everyday life simplicities, moments that vanish in the bat of an eye.
Japan’s largest beer garden takes over Hibiya Park for an eight-day spree of fine beer drinking. There will be around 80 kinds of beer and a variety of live entertainment from bands to dance performances.
Every month Nerd Nite organizers gather three smart speakers and a curious crowd at Tiny Peace Kitchen in Nagatacho. Speakers at the September edition share visions of the future through cyberpunk art, creating programming languages for education and the basics of rocket engines.
THE CLUB gallery at Ginza Six introduces the first solo exhibition of Mexican born multi-disciplinary artist Claudia Peña Salinas in Japan. Her works are inspired by Mexican landscape, indigenous ideas, and mythology.
In this exhibition, HULS Gallery Tokyo in Akasaka showcases various tableware which features Shinji Terauchi’s throwing works, such as cups and servers for sake and tea.
Enjoy the warm atmosphere of nature at this organic lifestyle festival for all the family at Saitama Shintoshin offering eclectic live musical performances.
Enjoy the magic of Disney music performed in beautiful vocal only arrangements by seven-member a capella group DCappella at Tokyo Theatre Orb at Shibuya Hikarie.
American artist Vaughn Spann devotes his practice to abstraction and figuration as an investigation into space, time and memory. His paintings, symbolically reflecting his encounters with diverse people and places, are on exhibit at Kaikai Kiki Gallery in Motoazabu.