Eco Edo Nihonbashi Festival

two women in yukatas , Eco Edo Nihonbashi Festival festival

Head over to Nihonbashi for some summer feels. Savor traditional Japanese sweets as you stroll the streets of this historic district donned in a kimono. You can also take the night cruise, see 200 wind chimes line the roads leading up to Fukutoku Shrine, and spend time cooling down at the Immersive Museum. Experience summer to the fullest with a day around Nihonbashi.

Dates: Fri, JUL. 8-Mon, Sep. 4, 2022
Time: 11 A.M. – 8 P.M.
Admissions: Free

Summertime stroll menu

Approximately 160 establishments in Nihonbashi, from historical shops and department stores to luxury hotels, have created a menu of cool summer treats. Refreshing to the eye and delicious to the tastebuds, this exclusive summer menu is something you can’t miss on your stroll around the city. What’s more, products you will find at these leading Tokyo shops are great as souvenirs and gifts.

Summer wind chimes spots

The refreshing sound of around 200 Edo-style wind chimes will ring out
at several “wind chime spots” in Nihonbashi, starting with the “Wind Chime Forest Path” in Fukutoku Garden. They are not only pleasing to the ear but also very popular photo spots.

  1. Wind Chime Forest Path(Beside Fukutoku Shrine) Lighting Hours: 19:00 – 23:00
Wind Chime Forest Path(Beside Fukutoku Shrine)

2. COREDO Muromachi Terrace, Keyaki Hiroba

COREDO Muromachi Terrace, Keyaki Hiroba

Murohon Area Map


Train: Mitsukoshimae Station (Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line and Ginza Line)
Shin-Nihombashi Station (JR Sobu Line [Rapid])

Bus: Free bus from Tokyo Station Yaesu Exit (Metrolink Nihonbashi)
For COREDO Nihonbashi: Subway Nihombashi Sta., or Nihonbashi South
For COREDO Muromachi: Mitsui Memorial Museum, or Nihonbashi Muromachi 1-chome

Source: Eco Edo Nihonbashi

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