A progressive art festival centered around Mitaka and the West Tokyo JR Chuo line invites visitors to enjoy unique art experiences. The Teratotera art collective and project presents its ninth festival featuring exhibitions, live concerts, performances and more. During the three-day festival, nine artists will produce installations, performances and video works held in 10 locations, including local vacant properties in the area around Mitaka Station. This year’s theme explores “barriers of the freedom of choice.”
Details of participating artists and events can be found at the Teratotera Festival website.