- Fireflies and nebuta evenings (each Fridays, Saturday and Sunday until July 1st)
- International Tokyo Toy Show 2018 (June 9,10)
- Koishikawa Korakuen Iris Festival (June 2 – June 17)
- Weekly Shonen Jump Exhibition VOL. 2 The 1990s (Until June 17)
Fireflies and nebuta evenings (each Fridays, Saturday and Sunday until July 1st)
Place: Yomiuri Land
Yomiuri Land is an amusement park in Inagi (25 mn by train from Shinjuku station).
There is a special area in the park you can access for 500 yen where you can watch fireflies and also an exhibition of nebuta, colorful floats from Aomori. The hours are from 18:00 to 21:00 but the fireflies viewing itself starts at 19:30.
The event’s official website (Japanese Only):
Access: Keio Yomiuri Land Station
International Tokyo Toy Show 2018 (June 9,10)
Place: Tokyo Big Sight
A giant event where you can try all the newest toys of all kinds and for all ages! There is also a stage where small children will see their favorite heroes.
Entrance is free.
Access: Kokusai Tenjijo Station (Yurikamome Line)
Koishikawa Korakuen Iris Festival (June 2 – June 17)
Place : Koishikawa Korakuen Park
Enjoy the blooming of the iris in this delicious Japanese garden.
Entrance costs 300 yen.
Access : Iidabashi Station
Weekly Shonen Jump Exhibition VOL. 2 The 1990s (Until June 17)
Place: Mori Arts Center Gallery
If it’s raining, what about going to see another kind of exhibition? The famous manga magazine Shonen Jump celebrates its 50th anniversary. Until June 17,you can see hand drawn illustrations of all its biggest series from the 90s: Dragon Ball, Slam Dunk, Rurouni Kenshin, Yuyu Hakusho and many more!
Access: Roppongi station or Azabu-Juban station.