- TV Asahi – Roppongi Hills Summer Station (July 14th to August 26th)
- Marine Day Lantern Festival (July 15th and July 16th)
- Belly Button Festival (July 22nd)
- Adachi Fireworks Festival
TV Asahi – Roppongi Hills Summer Station (July 14th to August 26th)
For the fifth year, TV Asahi and Roppongi Hills provide 44 days of fun for all the family: live music, a beer terrace, many attractions for children based on the famous character Doraemon, the chance to take pictures in some famous Asahi TV shows stage replicas… We recommend buying the tickets in advance.
Place: Roppongi Hills and TV Asahi Headquarters
Official website (Japanese Only): Summer Station
Access: Next to the Exit 1C of Roppongi Station (Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line, Toei Oedo Line)
Marine Day Lantern Festival (July 15th and July 16th)
It will be Marine Day on July 16th. To celebrate and pray for safety on the sea, more than 50000 paper lanterns will be displayed on the beach to form beautiful drawings. From 1pm you can help display the lanterns, and they will be lit from 6:30 pm (see cover picture).
Place: Odaiba Beach in Odaiba Kaihin-Koen
Official website (Japanese Only): Marine Parks Navi
Access: 5mn on foot from Odaiba Kaihin-Koen Station (Yurikamome Line), 10mn en foot from Tokyo Teleport Station (Rinkai Line)
Belly Button Festival (July 22nd)
Yes, you read that correctly… a belly button festival will take place at the Naka-Itabashi Shopping Street in Itabashi ward. You can enjoy belly button dance, which is basically drawing a face on your belly and hiding your face with some kind of hat. During the festival you can enjoy various shows among which some belly dances, kids shows, belly button dance parade and the election of miss belly button.
Place: Naka-Itabashi Shopping Street (Naka-itabashi Shotengai)
Official Website (Japanese Only): Nakaita
Access: Next to the North Exit of Naka-Itabashi Station (Tobu Tojo Line)
Adachi Fireworks Festival
For more all the details about this festival, please check our article: 2018 Best Fireworks Festivals in Tokyo!