Summer 2016 in Tokyo

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:

  1. 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.

  1. 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

  1. 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!!