The best free entertainment in Tokyo – from rockabillies to skateboarding dogs – Yoyogi Park never disappoints.
Six days a week, Yoyogi Park is a peaceful sea of green in the very heart of Tokyo, a place to walk your dog and picnic…
…but on Sunday it turns into the best free show in Japan.
The park is a beautiful place to walk, every season of the year.
The sun is finally going down, and people are heading home, but let’s stay a little longer because…
…after dark, the fountains put on a light show.
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And here’s more to do in the neighborhood, while you’re there:
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