Looks like the rain will let up on Saturday, so enjoy a brief respite from wet weather along with everything else that’s going on this weekend. Click on the event header for more details about each event.

That’s What She Said Comedy Night: Spooky October Edition

That’s What She Said is Japan’s first and only all-women’s English comedy charity night. Held at Good Heavens British Bar in Shimokitazawa, the event raises money for Domestic Violence (DV) Shelters in Japan through standup comedy and an “avant-garde auction.”

Tokyo Midtown Design Touch

Experience works of art from Japanese and foreign designers in a whole new way – with all five senses.

Prints in Paris 1900: From Elite to the Street

Held jointly with the Van Gogh Museum, this exhibition celebrates Parisian graphic art of the late 19th century. Step back in time to Victorian Paris, and enjoy high quality work that is much appreciated by collectors and enthusiasts all over the world.

Tokyo Grand Tea Ceremony 2017 – Hamarikyu Gardens

The annual Grand Tea Ceremony welcomes the public to participate in one of Japan’s finest traditions. There are a variety of ceremonies held throughout the day both indoors and outside, including tea ceremonies with English explanation.

Halloween’s Fes 2017: Jack-O-Land

Yokohama Arena turns into a Halloween theme park for two days, inviting models, comedians, and singers to create a full-on Halloween event for the whole family.

Bisai: An Exhibition of Japanese Paintings 2017 Autumn

Dive into the world of Japanese paintings – this exhibition features everything from classical to modern works.

Akasaka Nominoichi

This monthly upmarket flea market at Ark Hills has plenty of treasures to be found. A mix of antique furniture, collectibles, vintage clothes, jewellery, handmade items, crafts and artists’ goods make up the carefully curated array of wares on offer. Perfect for a lazy Sunday stroll after brunch and a great place to pick up some gifts…


Live from the Kitchen Disco Vol. 41

The musical masterworkers behind the Live from the Kitchen Disco series kick off the autumn season with a bumper lineup of great live music from friends old and new and a guest from overseas.

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