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Exciting Golden Week Related Festivals and Events (April 10– May 5) at TOKYO SKYTREE TOWN.
Japan celebrates Golden Week, a string of spring holidays, from April 10th's “Showa Day” to May 5 “Children’s Day.” This is a time for both locals and visitors to celebrate the mild, seasonal weather with festivals and events. At TOKYO SKYTREE TOWN, at the base of TOKYO SKYTREE -- the tallest free-standing tower in the world -- some of the most exciting Golden Week experiences await.
The TOKYO SKYTREE TOWN® Carp Streamer Festival 2021 is being held April 12-May 9 in commemoration of Children’s Day, featuring about 1000 Koinobori or carp streamers, “swimming in the sky” – one of the largest such displays in Tokyo!
TOKYO SKYTREE TOWN “Picnic Park" will offer seasonal meals and attractions, April 10-25, 11 am to 7 pm at the 4th Floor Sky Arena. Also included are fluffy playsets to climb on (some for a fee), ideal for families with young children, and views of the Koinobori.
TOKYO SKYTREE TOWN meets “Bread Festival 2021”
TOKYO SKYTREE TOWN will host Japan's largest bread event "Bread Festival,” a festival for bread lovers! Thirty bakeries nationwide will showcase their bread at Sky Arena and other locations throughout the complex for five days only, May 1-5 or until each store sells out. This event began in 2016 in Yokohama, and to date they have served more than 900,000 customers.
CHIMERA: A Unique Urban Sports Experience – featuring bike runs, Double Dutch rope jumping, pogo stick activities, and more. These free experiences for children 3 & older, will be held on Sat., May 8th, 11: 00 am to 5 pm.
Kids Flea Market: A flea market only for children (1st -6th grades) will be held Sun., May 9th under the carp streamers swimming in the sky. Pre-schoolers can shop with their older siblings! This event hopes to teach children the fun of shopping and the value of money. Part 1: 11: 00 am -12: 00 noon. Part 2: 2:30-3:30 pm. At the TOKYO SKYTREE TOWN 4th floor Sky Arena.
*More events are being added, so check the Tokyo Solamachi website: https://www.tokyo-solamachi.jp/en/enjoy/
*Dates and contents of events are subject to change due to the COVID-19 epidemic situation.
*For more information on Tobu Railway destinations visit: https://www.tobu.co.jp/en/sightseeing/