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The Best Events and Things To Do in Tokyo This Month: March 2024

What's happening in one of the greatest cities in the world

Tokyo is alive every day of the week. There’s always something to see or do, whether it’s an exhibition, a live music gig, a pop-up shop or a seasonal limited edition item to try. We’ve rounded up some recommendations for the best things to do in Tokyo this month. For more detailed lists also check out our Best Things to Do This Week and Best Things to Do This Weekend.

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Exhibitions, Seasonal Events and Limited-time Menus

1.
Ghostbusters Cafe Opens in Ginza for Limited Time

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Columbia Pictures, and the 40th anniversary of the Ghostbusters series, the latest Ghostbusters movie, Ghostbusters: Frozen Summer comes to screens at the end of March.

The “Frozen Cafe” will be open in Ginza for a limited time, where you can enjoy original drinks related to the movie, such as Frozen Ginza Latte, in a space carefully curated to give the impression that you are walking on ice.

Date & Time Mar 4, 2024-Mar 31, 2024・08:00-19:00・Open 11:00-19:00 on weekends and holidays
Price Price varies according to stock
Location
Traveling Peanuts

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2.
Traveling Peanuts Exhibition

Held at the newly refurbished Snoopy Museum Tokyo, the “Traveling Peanuts” exhibition is showcasing original drawings by Charles M. Schulz that depict Snoopy and the Peanuts gang during their travels. There are more than 40 original comic strips borrowed from the Schulz Museum. “Traveling Peanuts” begins on February 1, when the Snoopy Museum Tokyo reopens after being closed for three weeks. 

The museum now includes a new Snoopy Wonder Room, featuring various Snoopy goods, and a new light and video presentation in the popular Snoopy Room area, which is known for its approximately 8-meter-long giant statue of  Schulz’s most famous character.  The museum’s shop, Brown’s Store, meanwhile, has added various items that can’t be found anywhere else in the world.

Adjacent to the museum is the Peanuts Cafe, which now includes terrace seating and a new grand menu. 

Date & Time UNTIL Sep 1, 2024・10:00-18:00・Open until 20:00 between February 1 and 4, 19:00 on Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays. Closed on February 20.
Price Advance Ticket ¥1,800 | On the Day ¥2,000
Location

3.
Matisse Exhibition Afternoon Tea at Grand Hyatt Tokyo

In collaboration with the new Henri Matisse exhibition opening at The National Art Center, Tokyo, The French Kitchen at Grand Hyatt Tokyo has prepared an afternoon tea buffet inspired by the French visual artist’s exceptional deployment of color.

Bringing together around 150 of Matisse’s works, the “Henri Matisse – Forms in Freedom” exhibition has a particular focus on his cut-outs.

With a nod to springtime, the afternoon tea highlights sakura and strawberry flavors and colors, including a sakura and white chocolate mousse, and a sakura and strawberry shortcake.

Date & Time UNTIL Apr 15, 2024・15:00-17:00・Last entry at 15:30
Price ¥5,940 on weekdays, ¥7,590 on weekends and holidays
Location French Kitchen

4.
Strawberry Afternoon Tea at The Tokyo Edition, Toranomon

To celebrate the arrival of spring, the Tokyo Edition, Toranomon offers a Strawberry Edition Afternoon Tea at the Lobby Bar.

Featuring delicately crafted strawberry treats and light savory bites, feast on traditional favorites with a special strawberry twist. From sweet and sour strawberry rhubarb tart and elegant rose strawberry cake to yogurt strawberry canelé, this is the perfect place to enjoy the freshest and juiciest strawberries Japan has to offer.

Date & Time UNTIL Mar 31, 2024・12:00-17:00
Price ¥8,500 with fine tea selection
Location The Tokyo EDITION, Toranomon
More Info ¥13,000 with glass of Ruinart Blanc de Blancs

5.
Aphrodite by Venus de Milo Afternoon Tea

A unique afternoon tea series inspired by the ancient Greek sculpture “Venus de Milo” can be enjoyed for a limited time at the bar and lounge, Whisk, located on the 16th floor of the luxury hotel MESM. The delightful course, titled “Afternoon Exhibition,” features a wide range of sweets and savory dishes inspired by ancient Greece, where the Venus de Milo, which is believed to depict Aphrodite, was discovered.

It’s a playful course that makes it feel like you are inside a museum. On top of that, the small dishes, including baklava, moussaka, halva, cheesecake and some Greek-style fritters known as tiganites, all taste amazing. The highlight of the program, though, is the Greek yogurt peach mousse that looks identical to the Venus de Milo. Guests can complete the artwork with some apricot and raspberry sauce, which are served separately.

Date & Time UNTIL May 2, 2024・14:00-
Price Starting from ¥6,500 (inclusive of consumption tax and 15% service charge)
Location Mesm Tokyo, Autograph Collection
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Yayoi Kusama Soul Burning Flashes (A.B.Q), 1988, Tower, 1998 Installation view at the Yayoi Kusama Museum, 2023 © YAYOI KUSAMA

6.
Yayoi Kusama Museum: Visionary Colors Exhibition

“Visionary Colors” is the latest exhibition at the Yayoi Kusama Museum and includes a host of new artworks. As you enter, on the first floor, the exhibition introduces Kusama’s distinctive color expression with her three-dimensional works and large-scale paintings from the 1980s and 90s. In the quadriptych “Soul Burning Flashes (A.B.Q),” visitors can absorb the striking motifs that emerged from her childhood hallucinations.

On the second-floor gallery, there’s an overview of Kusama’s color expressions from the early stages of her career. In the 1949 painting “Lingering Dream,” viewers can observe dark yet surreal colors.

Date & Time UNTIL Mar 24, 2024・11:00-17:30・90-minute time slots available
Price ¥1,100 | ¥600 for children aged 6-18 | Free for children under 6
Location Kusamayayoi Museum
More Info Tickets must be booked in advance online
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Firefly biosphere (falling magma star) 2023 Photo: Jens Ziehe

7.
A Harmonious Cycle of Interconnected Nows: Exhibition by Olafur Eliasson

Azabudai Hills Gallery opened its doors last November with the inaugural exhibition featuring Olafur Eliasson. The Icelandic-Danish artist is known for his social engagement with the climate crisis and invites viewers to challenge their perception of the world around them. Eliasson explores line, movement, light and color, founded on ideas of geometry, physics and the workings of the natural world.

Date & Time UNTIL Mar 31, 2024・10:00-20:00
Price ¥1,800
Location Azabudai Hills

8.
Grand Hyatt Tokyo: Grand Gourmet Trip to Toyama and Ishikawa

This February, Grand Hyatt Tokyo presents its Grand Gourmet Trip to Toyama and Ishikawa: a selection of seasonal menus developed with the aim of reviving rural areas of Japan and supporting local food providers.

The chefs at Keyakizaka are preparing luxurious regional dishes on the teppan grill, with each dish created from local ingredients selected by Chef de Cuisine Yoshinobu Honda. The menu includes delicious winter yellowtail, Tateyama beef and fragrant garlic rice made from organic rice cultivated at Imai Farm on the Noto Peninsula.

Date & Time UNTIL Mar 31, 2024・11:30-21:30・Closed on Mondays
Price Price varies according to menu
Location

Short Run Events

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9.
Synchronicity: Natsuki Itoh x Lewis Harrison Photography Exhibition

When photographers Natsuki Itoh and Lewis Harrison first met, they used Google Translate to communicate over yakitori. Hailing from Japan and Britain, the pair slowly discovered their many similarities as their language skills improved. Synchronicity is a celebration of this: an exhibition of portraits and landscapes showcasing the similarities and differences of their own practices and perspectives.

Date & Time UNTIL Mar 15, 2024・12:00-23:00・Open Monday to Saturday 12:00 - 15:00 and 18:00 - 23:00. Sundays open 12:00 - 17:00. Closed on Wednesdays.
Price Free
Location
More Info Held in Atari Gallery & Natural Food Cafe, Koenji. Admission is free (1 drink order)

10.
Heart & Eyes: Solo Exhibition by Dian

The first solo show from Beijing-born and Tokyo-based artist and musician Dian, ‘Heart & Eyes’ is themed around the idea of the ‘Mind’s eye’: an idea that rich inner worlds exist somewhere between our physical senses and perception.

Dian’s dreamlike images of characters and animals are created and displayed here in diptychs: one in full vibrant color, the other black and white, in order to ‘express the same image with two different senses: the mind, and the eyes.’ Inspired by the otherworldly, Dian says ‘the interaction between the invisible things felt by the mind, and the visible things felt by the eyes, forms images that resemble myths and adventures.’ Don’t miss this Daikanyama Tsutaya Bookstore gallery takeover by the Beijing-born animation graduate.

Date & Time UNTIL Mar 15, 2024・12:00-23:00・Open Monday to Saturday 12:00 - 15:00 and 18:00 - 23:00. Sundays open 12:00 - 17:00. Closed on Wednesdays.
Price Free
Location
More Info Held in Atari Gallery & Natural Food Cafe, Koenji. Admission is free (1 drink order)

11.
Popup DJ Workshop and Events with Samo, Kotsu, Frankie $

AlphaTheta Corporation, the company responsible for Pioneer DJ products, is set to launch the AlphaTheta Lab® popup store at Harajuku’s Mil Gallery, running for 9 days from March 23rd to March 31st.

The popup aims to create an inclusive community for music lovers, and provide experiences for beginner DJs to professional DJs at the forefront of the music scene. It will also provide opportunities to touch, try, and purchase a range of AlphaTheta’s DJ equipment firsthand, as well in-depth workshops, followed by free DJ events in the evenings. Special workshops tailored for parents and children (ages 6-12) will also take place on March 30th.

The AlphaTheta Lab® popup space will transform into a vibrant dance floor with DJ performances curated on March 23rd (Saturday) and 29th (Friday), starting at 6:00 PM. The lineup features local artists such as Kotsu from Japan-based house music collective CYK, Samo from Fullhouse, and N² from Kyun Desu.

Date & Time Mar 23, 2024-Mar 31, 2024・11:00-21:00・March 23 & 29: guest DJ event from 18:00 | March 30: until 17:00, March 31: until 15:00
Price Free
Location

12.
Art, Kitsch and Exoticism at Shibuya’s Eurospace Cinema

This March, there will be a special screening period at Shibuya’s Eurospace cinema, entitled “Art,  Kitsch and Exoticism”.

Over the course of the two weeks, the 12 film screenings will feature films shot in Tokyo by directors from all over the world, from a variety of genres and for a variety of ages. These include Video Notebooks of the City and Mode, which follows the work of fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto, as well as Like Someone in Love by masterful Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami.

There will also be talks with the actors and discussion available to join throughout the screening period.

Date & Time Mar 16, 2024-Mar 29, 2024・10:00-21:00・Times vary according to screening
Price Price varies according to screening
Location

Paper City

13.
Paper City Showing at Stranger Cinema

Documentary filmmaker Adrian Francis’ acclaimed feature documentary, Paper City, is coming to Tokyo for a week of screenings at Stranger Cinema in Kikukawa, Sumida ward. Paper City explores the last remaining survivors of the 1945 firebombing of Tokyo and their journey for justice. The night of March 9-10, 1945 was an evening in which an estimated 100,000 people lost their lives and a large geographical section of the city was left ravaged, scorched and decimated with painful memories that are still alive today, more than 70 years after the fateful event.

Date & Time UNTIL Mar 7, 2024・11:20-・Screening daily at 11:20 am (with English subtitles), followed by a talk event (in Japanese only)
Price General admission ¥1,800
Location

14.
Fragments of the Future: Laboratory of Science and Design Exhibition

Design dreams of possible futures in this exhibition directed by engineer Shunji Yamanaka. Based around the theme of a more beautiful, surprising and engaging world, visitors can see prototypes, robots, and materials made by Yamanaka and others collaboratively. Showing what can emerge from combining design and scientific thinking, it asks, what could the materials of the future look like?

Date & Time Mar 29, 2024-Aug 12, 2024・11:00-19:00・Closed on Tuesdays
Price ¥1,400
Location

15.
Tokyo German Village Winter Illuminations

Tokyo German Village’s illumination event is a union of light and music. Walk under a river of lights, spot the different characters sculpted in the fields and warm up with a cup of hot chocolate. This year’s theme is “Gulliver’s Travels.”

Date & Time UNTIL Apr 7, 2024・17:00-20:00
Price Adults: ¥1000 | Kids: ¥500
Location Tokyo German Village

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16.
Invisibles in the Neo City

An exhibition of Tokyo through technology and new media art, “Invisibles in the Neo City” explores the way we capture the memories, attachments and feelings that people have about cities. With interactive digital, VR and AI artworks, this group show will appeal to fans of architecture and design. Highlights include a digitized and holographic Nakagin Capsule Tower and an opportunity to stand on the Tokyo 2020 Olympic podium.

Date & Time UNTIL Mar 10, 2024・11:00-21:00・Sat and Sun until 19:00 | CLOSED ON MONDAYS
Price Free
Location SusHi Tech Tokyo デジタルテクノロジー体感拠点(仮)

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17.
Katagami: Japanese Paper Stencil Techniques Exhibition

Katagami are a quintessential part of Japanese textile history. These repeating stencils were used to dye and pattern everything from everyday cloths to silks and yukata, with the hand-carved designs often intricately detailed. Truly objects of ingenuity, katagami stencils are hard-wearing despite being made from paper due to their plant-based waterproofing process. This rare opportunity to view a wide selection within Tokyo will appeal to fans of Japanese fashion history, illustration and textiles.

Date & Time UNTIL Mar 14, 2024・13:00-17:00・Open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays.
Price Free
Location

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18.
A to Z: An Exhibition of The Former Residence of Prince Asaka

This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum, the former residence of Prince Asaka. As a large Art Deco-style building completed in 1933, the museum oozes a glitzy modernist glamour rarely seen in Tokyo. Fans of art and interior design will enjoy this exhibition of the Prince’s home with a new focus on its materials, architectural techniques and historical anecdotes.

Date & Time UNTIL May 12, 2024・10:00-18:00・Closed every Monday and on April 30 and May 7 | March 22,23,29,30 opening until 20:00 (Last admission at 19:30)
Price General Admission ¥1,400 (discounts available)
Location Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum
More Info Online reservation is recommended for the exhibition

19.
Delusion Murmur: Solo Exhibition

This spring, Gallery Common is pleased to present “Delusion Murmur,” a solo exhibition by Kosuke Ichikawa. The exhibition features works from the “Scorch Paintings” series, using incense to burn everyday memories. It will also feature the “Scrape Works” series, reflecting memories and alienation in mass media and social media culture.

Date & Time UNTIL Mar 10, 2024・12:00-19:00・Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays
Price Free
Location

20.
Night Out Gallery presents: Esow’s Shopping Street Cruise exhibition

Tokyo-based artist Esow (stylised as ESOW) has developed his own style influenced by his time in America as a teenager, where he first discovered graffiti and the Japanese concept of “iki,” an aesthetic ideal of subdued displays of taste and wealth that originated during the Edo period.

His solo exhibition at Night Out Gallery showcases his unique blending of styles, from the viewpoint of Asakusa shopping streets and Japan’s skate culture.

Date & Time UNTIL Mar 10, 2024・13:00-19:00・Closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays
Price Free
Location

21.
Jomon Echoes in the Anthropocene: Exhibition by Ryunosuke Okazaki

“Jomon Echoes in the Anthropocene” is a solo exhibition of new works by Ryunosuke Okazaki, curated by Akiinoue. An art graduate, Okazaki has gained recognition in the fashion scene, hosting runway shows in September 2021 and March 2022. He was also selected as a finalist for the “LVMH Prize 2022.” His unconventional artistic style explores new possibilities in contemporary art.

Hailing from Hiroshima, Okazaki draws inspiration from the history and nature of his hometown. He describes his artistic process as a ritualistic and prayerful act, paying homage to the history and nature that surround him. The “JomonJomon” series presented in this exhibition takes its roots from the ancient Jomon period, spanning approximately 10,000 years. The works evoke the Jomon pottery created by people of that era, characterized by undulating curves and intricate decorations.

Date & Time UNTIL Mar 10, 2024・11:00-21:00・Closed from Feb 12 to Feb 15 | Reopens on Feb 16 for Part 2
Price Free
Location

22.
Yoshirotten Radial Graphics Bio: Exhibition

This is a solo exhibition exploring the archives of designer Yoshirotten. Based around the theme of RGB, the color model used by screens, “Radial Graphics Bio,” is a kaleidoscopic showcase of logos, typefaces, spacial designs and videos from the Tokyo-based graphic artist.

Date & Time UNTIL Mar 23, 2024・11:00-19:00・Closed on Sundays and National Holidays
Price Free
Location

23.
International Women’s Day at Grand Hyatt Tokyo

This March, Grand Hyatt Tokyo is celebrating International Women’s Day with an exclusive range of culinary and wellness experiences to show support for female empowerment and gender equality. Inspired by the mimosa flower and developed by the female pâtissiers at Fiorentina Pastry Boutique, show gratitude for the influential women in your life with the unique mimosa-inspired tart.

At The French Kitchen, the mimosa yellow dinner course combines seasonal fine dining with striking mimosa yellow dishes, representing female empowerment. From white asparagus mimosa salad to saffron mackerel poêlé and roast beef fillet, every moment of this dinner course is accompanied by a burst of color. For those looking to relax, luxurious treatments are available at Nagomi Spa and Fitness.

Date & Time UNTIL Mar 10, 2024・09:00-21:30・See website for further details
Price Price varies according to stock
Location

24.
Miyazaki Shochu Pop Up

Try a wide array of Miyazaki’s premier shochu at Shibuya Kakuuchi Base. Two of Japan’s best bartenders will be whipping up original shochu cocktails for this special one-time event.

Date & Time Mar 4, 2024-Mar 10, 2024・14:00-23:00・Starts at 3pm on weekdays
Price Cocktail prices vary
Location

25.
Grand Hyatt Tokyo Welcomes Chef Yang Young to Chinaroom

This March, Chef Yang Young, the Executive Chinese Chef of Park Hyatt Singapore, will be a special guest in Grand Hyatt Tokyo, Chinaroom. Named one of the best 10 chefs in China by the China Cuisine Association in 2018, he will prepare a range of dishes from Dining Room at the Michelin Guide’s Park Hyatt Shanghai.

Chef Yang will be serving exquisite à la carte dishes and course menus, including “snowflake” black pepper beef and his signature poached chicken with scallion oil.

Following Chef Yang’s departure, his lunch and dinner courses will be available at Chinaroom until March 31 and June 30 respectively.

Date & Time Mar 13, 2024-Mar 17, 2024・11:30-21:00・Closed between 14:30 and 18:00
Price Price varies according to stock
Location Grand Hyatt Tokyo

One-day Events

26.
Nerd Nite Tokyo #56: The Slides of March

Every month, Nerd Nite gathers smart speakers and a curious crowd, then add to it a bar and some mingling. Returning fresh from winter break the March event features two speakers. First, Jan Pack will talk about cancer: how to treat it, how treatments are changing, and how his own research is part of that change. Next, May Kristine Jonson Carlon has been talking to large language models like ChatGPT: she will discuss what she’s learned about the cultural and moral differences between AI and humans, and where AI might be going in the future.

Drinks (both alcoholic and non) and light snacks will be available. Kids are also welcome at Nerd Nite.

Location: World Peace Theatre, 1-3-3 Honcho, Kawasaki

Date & Time Mar 15, 2024・20:00-・Doors open 19:30, start at 20:00
Price ¥1,000 at the door
Location World Peace Theatre
More Info Livestream tickets are required. ¥1,000 suggested, free option also available.

27.
Tanizaki at Night Museum: Theatrical Reading of Shunkinsho

This March, Team Mix Up Misc., an immersive theatre group, will perform “Tanizaki at Night Museum: Theatrical Reading of Shunkinsho” with shamisen, dance and nihonga.

Blending traditional Japanese music and dance with a theatrical reading of The Story of Shunkin (Shunkinso), a novel by renowned Japanese author Junichiro Tanizaki, the performance will feature shamisen player Tsugahana Tsuruzawa and dancer Shawn Kanda Farrell.

The performance will take place at Yamatane Museum of Art, which specialises in nihonga (Japanese art). Taking place after the museum closes for the day, the audience will have an extremely rare opportunity to enter the museum at night.

Date & Time Mar 23, 2024・17:45-・Second performance at 19:00
Price ¥5,000, including admission to the museum
Location
More Info Doors open 15mins prior to the performance

28.
Downt Album Release Tour Tokyo

Downt is a trio formed in 2021, based in Tokyo. The unit consists of three members: Yui Togashi (Gt&Vo), Takaaki Kawai (Ba), and Tener Ken Robet (Dr). The band has performed at festivals around Japan, including Fuji Rock and will release its debut album, Underlight & Aftertime in March.

Date & Time Mar 22, 2024・19:00-・Doors open 18:30
Price ¥3,300 +1Drink
Location

29.
Monthly English Book Club in Ebisu

Book-lovers across the city are invited to join the Tokyo Ebisu Book Club, who meet once a month for a discussion on a monthly changing book. The book club meets every first Monday of the month.

There are no requirements for joining, other than reading the book. This is a free event, but participants are asked to buy some food or drink as a thank you to the venue.

Book List

  • March: The loneliest Americans by Jay Kaspian Kang
  • April: Popular Hits of the Showa Era by Ryu Murakami
  • May: Exit West by Mohsin Hamid
  • June: Earthlings by Sayaka Murata
  • July: How to Stand Up to a Dictator by Maria Ressa
Date & Time Mar 4, 2024・19:00-21:00
Price Free
Location

30.
Charity Pop-Up Sale at Saint Maur International School, Yokohama

Featuring hand-picked small businesses from Yokohama and Tokyo, the Sakura Pop-Up is an exclusive opportunity to purchase unique artisanal products, while interacting whith the artists and hearing more about the craftsmanship behind each item.

From jewelry to art, to handmade Kumiko screens and exclusive wines, there’s something for everyone here.

20% of all sales will be donated to the Saint Maur Charity Committee to help them help others in need, locally and globally!

Date & Time Mar 9, 2024・10:00-16:00
Price Free
Location

31.
Techno Party “Acid: A Concept in Dance” Featuring VTSS

Following the success of previous events featuring names such as Peggy Gou and Nina Kraviz, the techno party “Acid: A Concept in Dance” welcomes Warsaw-born DJ and producer VTSS.

Combining all number of genres from acid to techno, VTSS has played across the world, at Berlin’s Berghain, Circoloco in Ibiza, and even at the UK’s Glastonbury Festival. Don’t miss her first-ever appearance in Tokyo’s Womb Club.

Date & Time Mar 15, 2024・23:00-
Price Advanced tickets from ¥5,000
Location

32.
One Week Wonder 2024 – Liquid Room Edition

To conclude Tokio Tokyo’s third anniversary celebration, One Week Wonder 2024, there be a final party at the end of March, in Ebisu’s Liquid Room.

Featuring live music performances from bands Pedro and Mono No Aware, both at the cutting edge of the Tokyo music scene, this promises to be a night to remember.

Date & Time Mar 22, 2024・19:00-・Doors open from 18:00
Price Advance tickets from ¥4,900
Location LIQUIDROOM
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33.
TLC Solo Show in Tokyo

Supporting Janet Jackson on her tour in Tokyo this March, the remaining members of the era-defining band TLC will also have a solo show in the capital, celebrating the 30th anniversary of their sophomore album, Crazy Sexy Cool. The album includes two of the former trio’s most well-loved hits: “Creep” and “No Scrubs.”

Date & Time Mar 18, 2024・19:00-・Doors open 18:00
Price From ¥12,000
Location Toyosu PIT

34.
Live Music at Gamuso Asagaya

Gamuso Asagaya, a renowned live music bar in Tokyo, hosts an electrifying spectrum of talented bands from various rock genres. The eclectic lineup for the show on March 23 includes Black Magic, Distant Socialites, The Beat Jackers, Creep Down and Little Boys who are coming all the way from Italy.

Date & Time Mar 23, 2024・18:00-
Price ¥1,500
Location Gamuso

35.
Undertale Symphonic Concert 2024

Conducted by Hideaki Matsumura, the music of the game Undertale, loved all over the world, will be performed by a full orchestra at the 2024 Undertale Symphonic Concert.

The entire performance will be projected on a large screen, delivering a performance that will immerse you in the world of the game both visually and aurally.

Date & Time Mar 9, 2024・14:00-・There are different programs at different times
Price Ticktes from ¥6,000
Location Tokyo Opera City

36.
The Yellow Walk for International Women’s Day

Join the Italian Chamber of Commerce Japan’s annual The Yellow Walk, in celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8.

The walk begins in Hibiya Park and ends at Tokyo Tower, where there will be a special yellow-themed party inside Tokyo Tower’s Main Deck with food, drinks and DJ sets.

Come dressed in yellow and celebrate all the amazing women in your life.

Date & Time Mar 8, 2024・19:30-22:00
Price Walk free of charge. Yellow Aperitivo tickets from ¥3,500.
Location
More Info Pre-registration highly recommended

37.
St Patrick’s Day: The 28th Emerald Ball

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with the Ireland Funds Japan with cocktails and charity. Dress in your best green attire to mingle at the Hotel Gajoen, all for a great cause.

Find The Emerald Ball Charity Gala & Dinner on Facebook.

Date & Time Mar 16, 2024・18:30-
Price Early bird tickets from ¥28,000
Location

38.
More Tokyo Music Live: Psychedelic Jam Session

In the heart of Shimokitazawa, the hub of Tokyo’s live music, More Than Music are hosting a regular “More Tokyo Music” event. Immerse yourself in a vibrant world of music every Wednesday from 7pm to 11pm. With carefully curated live performances, each week offers a unique sonic journey that spans genres and captivates all tastes.

This week is a special jam session with some of their favourite musicians! A unique jam session night like no other, never to be seen again. 

Date & Time Mar 6, 2024・19:00-23:00
Price Admission ¥3,500 | Free for MTM Members (sign up for MTM membership)
Location Shimokitazawa Breath

39.
More Tokyo Music Live: RnB & Pop Night

In the heart of Shimokitazawa, the hub of Tokyo’s live music, More Than Music are hosting a regular “More Tokyo Music” event. Immerse yourself in a vibrant world of music every Wednesday from 7pm to 11pm. With carefully curated live performances, each week offers a unique sonic journey that spans genres and captivates all tastes.

This week’s lineup includes Kenzo Martini, Noah Cobre, and CoolThanksBro (DJ).

Date & Time Mar 13, 2024・19:00-23:00
Price Admission ¥3,500 | Free for MTM Members (sign up for MTM membership)
Location Shimokitazawa Breath

40.
More Tokyo Music Live: Indie Rock Night with Tokyo Sapiens, and The Molice

In the heart of Shimokitazawa, the hub of Tokyo’s live music, More Than Music are hosting a regular “More Tokyo Music” event. Immerse yourself in a vibrant world of music every Wednesday from 7pm to 11pm. With carefully curated live performances, each week offers a unique sonic journey that spans genres and captivates all tastes.

This week’s lineup includes Tokyo Sapiens, and The Molice.

Date & Time Mar 20, 2024・19:00-23:00
Price Admission ¥3,500 | Free for MTM Members (sign up for MTM membership)
Location Shimokitazawa Breath

41.
Tokyo Comedy Bar Improv Comedy Workshop

If you’re interested in performance, or boosting your public speaking and presentation skills, then the Tokyo Comedy Bar’s improv workshops are just the thing for you. Led by experienced comedian Jon Sabay, each week the class teaches you different improv skills through games and exercises. You’ll move and dance and laugh and play, and have a whole lot of fun while you learn.

This weekly drop-in workshop is held every Saturday and is the perfect place for performers of any level to experience improv.

To register or ask any questions, please email [email protected].

Date & Time Feb 3, 2024・11:00-
Price ¥1,500
Location Tokyo Comedy Bar (TCB)

42.
No Bro Comedy Show at Tokyo Comedy Bar

Celebrating women, non-binary, and trans folk of all genders, the Tokyo Comedy Bar’s monthly showcase returns with six or seven of the best comedians in Tokyo.

Date & Time Mar 6, 2024・21:00-22:30・Doors open at 20:30
Price ¥2,000
Location Tokyo Comedy Bar (TCB)
More Info Students discounts available with valid Student ID

43.
The Gay Agenda: LGBTQ+ Comedy Night at Tokyo Comedy Bar

On the third Wednesday of every month, the Tokyo Comedy Bar presents its monthly open mic & comedy showcase for the best LGBTQ+ comedians in the community.

Whether it’s your first time at the Tokyo Comedy Bar or if you’re a regular, grab a drink, sit back and get ready to laugh.

Date & Time Mar 20, 2024・21:00-22:30・Doors open at 20:30
Price ¥2,000
Location Tokyo Comedy Bar (TCB)
More Info Students discount with valid Student ID

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