- Jurassic World Cafe (until August 6th)
- Mitama Matsuri (July 13th- July 16th)
- ECO EDO Nihonbashi 2018 (until September 24th)
- WakuWaku Water Garden (July 14th- September 2nd)
Jurassic World Cafe (until August 6th)
Tokyo has a tradition of opening pop-up cafes to celebrate all sorts of pop culture pieces, but we have to admit that this time the menu’s aesthetics seem to be on a whole different level! And who doesn’t love dinosaurs?
Place: THE GUEST cafe&diner (7th floor of Ikebukuro PARCO)
Official website (Japanese Only): Jurassic World Cafe
Access: 1mn on foot from JR Ikebukuro Station East Exit
Mitama Matsuri (July 13th- July 16th)
Everyday until 9:30PM, come enjoy the huge festival at Yasukuni Jinja! Beautiful lanterns, food stalls, games, haunted houses, mikoshi, parades… there is everything you need to experience in a summer traditional festival!
Official website: Yasukuni Shrine Official Website
Access: 5mn on foot from Kudanshita Station (Tozai Line, Hanzomon Line, Toei Shinjuku Line)
ECO EDO Nihonbashi 2018 (until September 24th)
Enjoy the Japanese style summer in Nihonbashi: rent a yukata and get a professional fitter to dress you, go see aquarium art, scoop goldfishes and enjoy the scenery of the traditional lanterns.
Official website (In English): ECO EDO 2018
Access: Next to Mitsukoshimae Station (Ginza Line, Hanzomon Line)
WakuWaku Water Garden (July 14th- September 2nd)
This is the perfect place to bring your children on a hot day. This is not a pool, but a place children can enjoy all sorts of water games, so you don’t need to get them a swimsuit, just a pair of sandals. Water slides, fountains, bubbles, adventure course… there is plenty of fun!
Place: Tokyo Dome City
Official website (Japanese Only): Wakuwaku Water Garden 2018
Access: 5mn on foot from of JR Suidobashi Station