Japan Fisherman’s Festival (Nov. 17-20)

Fisherman’s Festival is an event held in many coastal cities all around the world. It will be held in Japan from 17th November to 20th November in Tokyo. If you love fish dishes or other seafood, then you must not miss it as people here love fish so much and they know the best ways to cook it.

Menus from seafood specialty shops in different parts of Japan will be provided, including grilled dish, stewed dish, soup, donburi (a bowl of rice served with a topping) and others. Some menus are generated from dishes created by Ryoshi (Fisherman in Japanese) so there is no doubt about the taste. Besides these traditional menus, new menus can also be expected.

Beer and other alcoholic drinks which are a good pairing for seafood are sold here. Booth from other parts of Japan will also join this event to introduce their local culture, history, and relationship with fish. Of course, a stage for the seafood-related talk show, dance and other performances are available so that you can have your mouth on the dishes and put your eyes on these performances.

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・November 17 & November 18, 2016
・November 19, 2016
・November 20, 2016

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Hibiya Park (Fountain area)
1-2 Hibiyakoen, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0012
(東京都千代田区日比谷公園1-2 日比谷公園 噴水広場~第二花壇~にれの木広場 100-0012)


Hibiya Station on Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line or Chiyoda Line, 1-minute walk from Exit A14
Kasumigaseki Station on Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line, 5-minute walk from Exit B2
Uchisaiwaicho Station on Toei Mita Line, 5-minute walk from Exit A7
Yurakucho Station on JR Line, 10-minite walk from Hibiya Exit

Official Website (Japanese)


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