What’s Happening in Tokyo This June? | Events

Finally, this summer is looking rather a lot more adventurous with these upcoming events. As at all times, we’ve curated an inventory of activities across and around Tokyo to suit all different sorts of interests, so you’ll be able to benefit from the spring weather before it gets too hot. Go outside for hikes, sit back at music festivals, and take a look at a few of these events which might be only here for a limited period of time.

Training Hike on June 11 | Mt Fuji Hike July 9-10

Mt Fuji Hike

Before you lock yourself up in an air-conditioned room to avoid the summer heat, benefit from June’s weather and the good outdoors and hike up Mount Fuji. The Tokyo-based fitness group Urban Heroes is all about outdoor fun, and they’re going to take you on a hike off the primary tracks and away from mass tourism. Because the super experienced trail guides are comfortable in English and Japanese, all you could have to fret about is staying hydrated and getting the proper mountain view photos on your social media. Join the training hike on June 11 to prep your mind and body before the final word climbing challenge. Then, head off in your great adventure in July with the climbing group.

REGISTRATION ¥75,000
URBAN HEROES TOKYO

June 5

SHIBUYA SOUND RIVERSE 2022

To commemorate three years of collaborations and music distribution, FRIENDSHIP is hosting SHIBUYA SOUND RIVERSE across Shibuya’s Stream Hall, Space Odd, Circus Tokyo, Ikebe Shibuya and FS. It’s the most effective possibilities to ascertain out who’s latest within the Tokyo music scene all in in the future, with an enormous lineup of emerging Japanese artists already confirmed. The fin, Wez Atlas and Keishi Tanaka are only a number of that we are able to’t wait to see live. 

SHIBUYA STREAM HALL
ADVANCED TICKETS REQUIRED
Metropolis Japan – Shibuya Sound Riverse

 

Throughout June

Tokyo Comedy Bar

Need to perform comedy? Or are you only on the lookout for a very good laugh? Head over to the newly opened Tokyo Comedy Bar situated in Shibuya. Open until midnight, Tokyo Comedy Bar is offering events each in English and Japanese all throughout June. Accompanied by eight craft beers on tap, various events equivalent to stand-up or open mic are hosted each night. Be certain that to ascertain out the web site calendar to purchase tickets.

3F, 1-5-9 DOGENZAKA, SHIBUYA-KU
PRICE VARIES PER EVENT – TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE HERE

TOKYO COMEDY BAR

Opened Limited Time

Tiny Tan Café

Smooth like butter. ARMY’s run and grab a table at Tiny Tan’s BTS-themed Café to enjoy sweets that may undoubtedly be smooth like butter. With nine locations nationwide, this café is full of cute BTS-themed treats with limited edition Tiny Tan merchandise. You’ll want to make a reservation ahead of time to secure a free original Tiny Tan character card.

VARIOUS LOCATIONS (TIMES VARY FOR EACH LOCATION)
TOKYO OMOTESANDO
TOKYO HARAJUKU
TOKYO SHINJUKU
TOKYO OMOTESANDO HILLS
OSAKA UMEDA
OSAKA SHINSAI BASHI
NAGOYA
YOKOHAMA
MIYAGI
TINY TAN CAFE

Until June 5

“Visit Palestine” Poster Exhibition

SUBstore, standing for “Small Unique Book store,” is way more than a small vinyl shop. With a big choice of delicious Indonesian food and drinks, an intimate place will be shared with those that hold a passion for various sorts of underground music and cultures. For a limited time, SUBstore will probably be hosting an exhibition with fifteen original Palestinian protest posters from the 70s. Plus, proceeds from sold posters will probably be donated to the Palestinian Aid Foundation. 

3-1-12 KOENJIKITA,
SUGINAMI-KU
FREE ADMISSION
SUBSTORE EXHIBITION

June 2022 events

Until June 1

Daikanyama Antique Flea Market

Spend the day at Daikanyama T-Site’s seventeenth flea market, an eclectic group of products together with foods and drinks stalls that recreate an environment of a flea market in France. Positioned in Shibuya, stores with French antiques, used clothing, furniture, miscellaneous goods, and trinket gems will probably be gathered together for a spring afternoon of rummaging and looking for “the one.”

16-15 SARUGAKUCHO, SHIBUYA-KU
FREE ADMISSION
DAIKANYAMA T-SITE

June 12

Plogging with Ekolokal

Join this month’s Plogging Run! When you don’t know what plogging is, it’s fairly easy. Picking up trash and jogging. It is a perfect opportunity to satisfy latest individuals who share the identical passion and drive toward making a cleaner environment. In fact, walkers are welcome to affix as well. Be certain that to register prematurely and prepare to plog. 

4-42 HIGASHIIKEBUKURO, TOSHIMA-KU
FREE ADMISSION- REGISTRATION REQUIRED
OTSUKA PLOGGING

June events

Open Throughout The Yr

KAKUSEN-EN IKEBUKURO

Let’s say it’s acceptable to show a blind eye to some responsibilities this summer. Adopting a low-maintenance plant is ideal for many who wish so as to add character to your own home without an excessive amount of commitment. Kakusen-En, situated on a rooftop in Ikebukuro holds a plethora of cacti and succulents sourced from internationally. Whether you’re a plant fanatic otherwise you’re just looking, Kakusen-En is an ideal place to spend a spring afternoon browsing various unique plants. 

SEIBU IKEBUKURO MAIN STORE 9F FLOOR ROOFTOP GREEN SHOP
TSURUSENEN1-28-1 MINAMIIKEBUKURO, TOSHIMA-KU
KAKUSEN-EN

June events

Open Throughout The Yr

UNKO Museum

Yes, you read that right. Poop Museum. Poop has curiously established itself in Japan’s kawaii culture for a lot of years now. From poop-shaped erasers all of the method to poop illustrations, Japan has successfully integrated poop right into a cute murals. Why not give poop the popularity it needs and spend the day at UNKO museum in Yokohama taking a look at, taking pictures of, learning about, and fiddling with poop. 

DIVERCITY TOKYO PLAZA 2F
1-1-10 AOMI, KOTO-KU
ADULT: ¥1,600
CHILDREN: ¥600
YOUNGER THAN ELEMENTARY: FREE
UNKO MUSEUM

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