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.
Let’s go over and see who’s on the slackline. Want to try?
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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