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The travel guide to Nearby Tokyo

— Where ‘Nature & Culture’ becomes an EXPERIENCE —

Map of activities nearby Tokyo

Choose from 'incredible experiences' near Tokyo!

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Don't miss these 'Festivals & Events' near Tokyo!

Due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), many events have been suspended or canceled. Please check with the event organisers before making any plans.

Beautiful hydrangeas at Mito Hydrangea Festival (Mito Ajisai Matsuri)

Mito Hydrangea Festival (Mito Ajisai Festival)/ 水戸のあじさいまつり – 1.5 hrs from Tokyo

Mito Hydrangea Festival brings 6000 magnificent ajisai flowers to life! Pink, blue, and purple - the rainy season couldn't get more colorful!
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Rokkakudo and Ohira Hydrangea Festival (Tochigi Oohira Ajisai Matsuri)

Mt. Ohira Hydrangea Festival (Tochigi Ajisai Festival)/ とちぎあじさいまつり – 1.5 hrs from Tokyo

Mt. Ohira Hydrangea Festival in Tochigi city brings 2,500 magnificent Ajisai flowers to life! Climb the steps and enjoy the colorful flowers. (Tochigi city / 栃木市)
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Traditional lantern floats at the Kuki Chouchin Festival nearby Tokyo

Kuki Chouchin Festival / 久喜提燈祭り – 50min from Tokyo

Don't miss one of the largest traditional lantern festivals in Japan! (Kuki City / 久喜市)
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People enjoying the Kumagaya Uchiwa Festival (Kumagaya Uchiwa Matsuri) near Tokyo

Kumagaya Uchiwa Festival / 熊谷うちわ祭 – 40min from Tokyo

Experience the excitement of the largest Gion Festival North of Tokyo! (Kumagaya City / 熊谷市)
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Yamaage Festival (Yamaage Matsuri) / 山あげ祭 – 2 hours 10min from Tokyo

Watch outdoor Kabuki at this UNESCO World Heritage festival! (Nasu-karasuyama City / 那須烏山市)
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