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  • Unique Destination Listing: Koenji “Mural City Project”

    Unique Destination Listing: Koenji “Mural City Project” Until 31 March 2021

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    • Dates 3 August 2020, 12:00AM - 31 March 2021, 11:59PM
    • Event Details The Koenji “Mural City Project” started in 2016 with a desire to “make Koenji an art city”. Various artists designed 7 wall murals that you can enjoy spotting around Koenji. Among these a very popular photo spot is a wall at a parking lot on the south side of Koenji, about a 3-minute walk along the train tracks from the station. The mural features a brightly colored pop art style with a woman’s face that particularly stands out. Mural art like this is very unique yet it has become a familiar site in Koenji. Please enjoy finding your favorite art when you have a chance to explore this area.

      Koenji Mural City Project
      Selected Destination:
      4 Chome-42-4 Koenji-minami, Suginami-ku, Tokyo

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  • Event Introduction: The Anything-goes Curry Grand Prix: “+Curry (Plus Curry) in Koenji”
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    Event Introduction: The Anything-goes Curry Grand Prix: “+Curry (Plus Curry) in Koenji” Until 29 November 2020

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    • Dates 20 November 2020, 12:00AM - 29 November 2020, 6:00PM
    • Event Details 24 restaurants have submitted entries on the 「Koenji Department Store」 website for their original curry dishes that are not limited to curry-rice as they also include curry skewers, curry bread, curry pasta and more. Votes will be cast to find out which is the most popular to win the Grand Prix prize in this “store operated” curry festival.
      The event was decided on because in recent years many spice-curry shops have opened in Koenji, establishing it as a 「Curry Town」 that deserves more notice.

      There are 2 parts in the event, voting for the curry you want to eat on the web November 16 – 27, and then at the participating restaurants you can try those new items over the weekend November 28 – 29. If you get 2 “voting and lottery vouchers” from those participating restaurants you can enter in the drawing where you can win meal vouchers and Koenji mascot character goods. If you have a chance, please participate in this festival to help decide Koenji’s No. 1 curry!

      At participating restaurants and the lottery venue, please cooperate with guidelines to prevent the spread of disease by wearing a mask, using hand sanitizer, and refraining from participation if you have a fever or are in poor health. There will also be an appeal to keep 1m social distance, with further requests and updates made on the website and social media.

      Event dates: November 16 (Mon) – 27 (Fri) Event 1 「Web Vote for the Curry you Want to Eat」
      November 28 (Sat) & 29 (Sun) Event 2 「Eat at Restaurants and the Real Vote」
      Voting and Lottery Venue Hours: 11/28 Saturday 4:00PM-8:00PM, 11/29 Sunday 1:00PM-6:00PM
      Venue: Koenji Junjo Shotengai Machi no Eki (2 Chome-7-13 Koenjikita, Suginami, Tokyo)
      Website: https://koenji-depart.com/2020/11/11/pluscurrykoenji-2/ (Japanese only)
  • Event Introduction: Suginami Ward’s Largest Class Event “Suginami Festa”

    Event Introduction: Suginami Ward’s Largest Class Event “Suginami Festa” Until 8 November 2020

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    • Dates 7 November 2020, 10:00AM - 8 November 2020, 2:30PM
    • Event Details Suginami Festa is an event that takes place every fall, this year for the 8th time, with the theme of “Connecting people, regions, and giving energy to Suginami”. The main location of the event is the large Momoi Harappa Park, where you can enjoy food and culture from around the world at the booths lined up as part of the “World Fair”. Suginami-grown vegetables will also be sold, as well as goods from Suginami bakeries and sweets shops in the “Suginami Bread Festival & Sweets Fair”. The stage brings a liveliness to the event with high school concert band and Awa-Odori dance performances, and others.

      Please cooperate with measures to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, such as wearing masks, using hand disinfectant, and refraining from attending if you feel unwell. There will be disinfectant available at portable toilets, appeal to maintain social distance of 1 meter or more, and also updated status of crowds and congestion on social media.

      Suginami Festa
      Event Date: November 7 & 8 (Saturday & Sunday)
      Event Time: 10:00AM – 3:00PM (Finishes at 2:30PM on the 8th)
      Main Location: Momoi Harappa Park (3 Chome-8-1 Momoi, Suginami-ku, Tokyo)
      Side Locations: Suginami Assembly Hall (3 Chome-29-5 Kamiogi, Suginami-ku), Momoi First Elementary School Gymnasium (2 Chome-6-1 Momoi, Suginami-ku)
      Free entry
      Website: https://www.sugifes.com/
  • Unique Destination: “Narita-Nishi Fureai Agriculture Park” in Ogikubo

    Unique Destination: “Narita-Nishi Fureai Agriculture Park” in Ogikubo Until 31 March 2021

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    • Dates 25 September 2020, 12:00AM - 31 March 2021, 11:59PM
    • Event Details Opened in 2016, this is a park where residents can freely “look, experience, and enjoy” agriculture. When there aren’t hands-on experience events going on visitors cannot enter the fields, but they can still be observed from the garden walkways. The lawn space surrounding the fields is well maintained so you can see children at ease playing there.

      Narita-Nishi Fureai Agriculture Park
      Address: 3 Chome-18-9 Narita-Nishi, Suginami-ku, Tokyo
      Open hours: 9:00a.m. - 5:00p.m.
      Closed during New Years holidays (December 29 – January 3)

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  • Event Introduction: “Raise Your Spirits Through Jazz! “Asagaya Jazz Streets”
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    Event Introduction: “Raise Your Spirits Through Jazz! “Asagaya Jazz Streets” Until 24 October 2020

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    • Dates 23 October 2020, 12:00AM - 24 October 2020, 11:59PM
    • Event Details With the motto of “Making the town of Asagaya cheerful and fun through jazz”, this will be the 26th year the “Asagaya Jazz Streets” festival is held. Centered in the area around JR Asagaya Station, jazz performances will be held at various places such as the station square, shrines, churches, school gymnasiums, business lobbies, music venues, coffee shops, restaurants and more.

      Organizers considered canceling the event due to the Coronavirus pandemic, but ultimately decided it was important to give the musicians even a small opportunity to play, and the wanted to “give many people an opportunity to come in contact with live jazz”, so this year’s event is held with the slogan, “Raise your spirits through jazz!”

      At all venues infection control measures will be taken to maintain the safety of the audience and musicians by taking body temperature, using hand disinfectant, wearing masks, and collecting contact information when entering each venue. Performances at public venues can also be viewed for free online.

      Asagaya Jazz Streets
      Date: October 23 (Fri) & 24 (Sat)
      Time: varies per venue
      Website: Asagaya Jazz Streets https://asagayajazzstreets.com/index.html
      Admittance to public venues will by advance tickets only. Entry for each venue is 2,000 yen (Yosuke Yamashita, famous jazz pianist, on Friday the 23rd is 2,500 yen). Tickets sold on the website and at the Commucul Shop on the 1st floor of Suginami City Hall (Weekdays 9am – 4pm).
  • Event Introduction: Large Fall Cultural Festival: “Koenji Fest”
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    Event Introduction: Large Fall Cultural Festival: “Koenji Fest” Until 25 October 2020

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    • Dates 24 October 2020, 12:00AM - 25 October 2020, 12:00AM
    • Event Details Koenji Fest is a large cultural festival held in the fall with a great variety of simultaneous events including stamp collection and riddle solving as well as independent events featured at participating shops. Businesses in Koenji’s shotengai shopping streets have suffered from the lockdown-esque period of restraint announced in the spring. As a means to rise above that difficult situation, this year’s event aims to connect the persevering shops of Koenji with customers. All people of all ages can enjoy this large fall cultural festival while going around the local area in Koenji.

      *When attending the event, please cooperate with guidelines to prevent the spreading of COVID-19 such as wearing a mask, keeping 1-2 meters social distance from others, disinfecting your hands, and refraining from attending if you feel unwell.

      Koenji Fest
      Held on October 24th and 25th (Saturday & Sunday)
      *Stamp collection event held October 19th (Sun) – 25th (Sun)
      *Guru Cup (Bar Hopping Event) held October 23rd (Fri) – 25th (Sun)
      Event time: Varies per venue (held rain or shine, outdoor events will be announced on the day)
      Event location: participating shops located all around the Koenji area
      Website: Koenji Fest https://koenjifes.jp/
  • Unique Destination: “Omiyamae Park” in Nishi-Ogikubo

    Unique Destination: “Omiyamae Park” in Nishi-Ogikubo Until 31 March 2021

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    • Dates 25 September 2020, 12:00AM - 31 March 2021, 11:59PM
    • Event Details This park has a space with a grove of trees and playground equipment, and a ball court, so it is usually bustling with neighborhood children. There are many Japanese zelkova trees and acorn producing konara oaks. Since there is a lot of greenery it means it’s also a good place to spot some wild birds.

      Omiyamae Park
      Address: 3 Chome-15-10 Miyamae, Suginami-ku, Tokyo
      Always open

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  • Unique Destination: “Sanshinomori Park” in Koenji

    Unique Destination: “Sanshinomori Park” in Koenji Until 31 March 2021

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    • Dates 8 September 2020, 12:00AM - 31 March 2021, 11:59PM
    • Event Details This park was established on the former site of the Ministry of Agriculture’s silk examination area, and the old gate and management office made out of brick still remain here as they were in those times. This large park also serves as common space for a neighboring elementary school and has been designated as an evacuation site in the event of a disaster, having a storage of supplies for various disaster protection. Inside the park is spacious, with a large sycamore tree in the center as the “gathering place”, a grassy knoll and a pond “relaxation space”, and others. For these reasons the park is usually bustling with activity of people enjoying the scenery, families spending time together, and so on.

      Sanshinomori Park
      Address: 3 Chome-55-30 Wada, Suginami-ku, Tokyo
      Always open


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  • Unique Destination: “Koenji Chuo Park” in Koenji

    Unique Destination: “Koenji Chuo Park” in Koenji Until 31 March 2021

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    • Dates 7 September 2020, 12:00AM - 31 March 2021, 11:59PM
    • Event Details Located a short walk down a hill from the south exit of Koenji Station, Chuo Park is in an area surrounded by a mix of shops and residential buildings. The park is filled with greenery, with Japanese zelkova trees and others alongside blooming azaleas and more. There is playground equipment such as swings and slides, so the park is often bustling with children and their parents when the weather is nice.

      Koenji Chuo Park
      Address: 4 Chome-31-7 Koenjiminami, Suginami-ku, Tokyo
      Always open


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  • Famous Place: “Otaguro Park” in Ogikubo

    Famous Place: “Otaguro Park” in Ogikubo Until 31 March 2021

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    • Dates 7 September 2020, 12:00AM - 31 March 2021, 11:59PM
    • Event Details Otaguro Park is a Japanese-style garden with a central pond that is located on the grounds of the former residence of music critic Moto Otaguro. In autumn there is a fall foliage illumination, and the beautiful scenery radiates throughout the park. The fall colors reflect magically on the surface of the pond, making this garden-park a deep attraction for shutterbugs.

      Otaguro Park
      Address: 3 Chome-33-12 Ogikubo, Suginami-ku, Tokyo
      Open Hours: 9:00AM – 5:00PM (open later during the illumination period)


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  • Famous Place: “Suginami Public Hall” in Ogikubo

    Famous Place: “Suginami Public Hall” in Ogikubo Until 31 March 2021

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    • Dates 3 September 2020, 12:00AM - 31 March 2021, 11:59PM
    • Event Details Opened in 1957, with its superb sound system Suginami Public Hall has been praised as “the best music hall in the East”. In 2006 it was rebuilt under the theme, “Light and shadow of harmony,” once again with high quality equipment, keeping to its standard as the optimal facility for classical concerts. This hall is well known for its culture, located in a region where you can come into contact with genuine culture and art.

      Suginami Public Hall
      Address: 1 Chome-23-15 Kamiogi, Suginami-ku, Tokyo
      Open Hours: 9:00AM - 10:00PM

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