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Recommended Events

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GTF Green Challenge Day 2022 in Shinjuku Gyoen

Nov.5(Sat)~Nov.6(Sun), 2022

Shinjuku Gyoen Park

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19th Shinjuku Eisa Festival

Jul.30(Sat),2022 12:00~16:00

Shinjuku East Exit Station Square

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①Aug.13(Sat) ②Sep.03(Sat) ③Sep.18(Sun) @19:00~

①②Ajinomoto Stadium
③Japan National Stadium

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Tokyo Koenji Awa-Odori 2022

Aug.27(Sat)~Aug.28(Sun), 2022

ZA-KOENJI Public Theatre

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Musical "Pippin"

Aug.30(Tue)~Sep.19(Mon), 2022


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Asakusa Samba Carnival 2022

Sep.17(Sat)~Sep.18(Sun), 2022


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40th Anniversary of Kinshicho Kawachi Festival

Sep.24(Sat), 2022 13:30~17:30

Tatekawa Water Park, Sumida Ward

What is GTF?

The Greater Tokyo Festival (or GTF) was established in 2002, for the citizens of the Tokyo region (Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba & Saitama) to maintain knowledge and pride in our traditions.

We are now celebrating our 18th year, thanks to the tremendous understanding and support for our activities aiming for an even more lively Japan. We aim “to pass on the tradition to the next generation and create a new culture”, as we continue our efforts in tackling social issues.
We will continue to increase the scale of matsuri from the Tokyo region, all over Japan and to the whole world, with the key concept of “creating, nurturing and living together”.


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