TOKYO SYUKAKUSAI 2023 has wrapped up! Thank you to all the many visitors
who stopped by over the weekend. Please check out some of the snapshots from the event on our official X and Instagram!
Welcome to TOKYO SYUKAKUSAI 2023,
an event showcasing the various unique regions of Tokyo!
This event is being held for the first time this year and brings together tourism insights
and local specialties from across Tokyo,
inviting visitors to learn even more about its diverse offerings.
Join us to experience delicious local cuisine and vibrant culture,
transporting you on a journey through Tokyo.
Introducing Participating Exhibitors
Promotion of tourism information from various locations within Tokyo and also selling locally-produced goods,
including at the ‘TOKYO SYUKAKUSAI Select Shop.’
・Isamonyou Japanese pattern folding umbrellas
・Kakuji Edo graphic typeface eco bags (red and navy)
Find exclusive items only available at the Tokyo Chuo City Tourist Information Center. These include collaborative items from long-established local stores in Chuo Ward, perfect for souvenirs!
・Azalée tote bags
・Azalée hand towels
・Azalée business card holders
Products from the Shinjuku Azalée Project, a collaboration between the local industries of dyeing and printing in Shinjuku. These items, featuring the motif of Shinjuku’s official flower, the Azalea (Tsutsuji), include hand towels, tote bags, and other useful everyday items.
・Chomeiji Sakura Mochi
Showcasing local confectionaries from Sumida ward such as Chomeiji Sakura Mochi (cherry leaf-wrapped mochi), Kototoi Dango (sweet dumplings), Jiman Kusamochi (herb mochi), and Yamatake’s Ningyo-yaki (doll-shaped cakes). Come to enjoy a variety of Sumida’s tasty treats!
・Osho Senbei (rice crackers)
・Tamago Boro (egg biscuits)
・coneri Shinagawa Stick Pie
You can find special Shinagawa items exclusive to this event, including crispy cinnamon roll pies and a handmade matcha set including a mini shaker and bag with the cute character Shinagawa Monjiro. You can also get Kinpeito (Japanese sugar candy) in a Shinagawa Monjiro box!
・Hanepyon x Tokyo Kamata Morihan Nori Ochazuke
・Hanepyon x plate lunch Nanary Ikegami Ninja Tea
Here you can find goods featuring Hanepyon, the official mascot of Ota Ward. In addition, there is information about the Ota Open Factory and other local attractions!
Explore the abundant nature, gourmet dining, shopping, and historical sites of Hachioji, exemplified by Mt. Takao. By participating in a survey, the first 200 respondents will receive a complimentary Hachioji original hand fan!
・Rice Castella Mubus (Japanese sponge cake)
・Tenshi No Wasuremono (donuts)
・Inokashira Senbei (rice crackers)
“Musashino Premium” is a project that represents the city of Musashino, certifying unique products and promoting the establishment of a local brand and the revitalization of the community. Musashino Premium products, such as sweets, will be available for purchase.
Introducing original local products developed in commemoration of the 15th anniversary of the Mitaka-City Tourism Association!
・Machida Silk Melon Dorayaki Pancakes
・Silk Melon Dacquoise (dessert cake)
・Silk Melon Candy
Introducing the local specialty of Machida City, the Machida Silk Melon, along with delectable sweets made using this unique fruit!
・Tokyo Sayama-cha Tea
・Tokyo Sayama Mikan (citrus fruit)
Introducing tourist spots and recommendations from Musashimurayama City, along with the sale of local products. Come and explore the charm and wonders of Musashimurayama!
Offering free tourism maps covering the entire Tama region, including the JR Chuo Line, JR Ome Line, JR Itsukaichi Line, Keio Line, and Tama Monorail. You can also explore the comprehensive tourism encyclopedia, festival guide, and experience packages. There are VR experiences as well!
・Shochu (Japanese spirits)
・Niijima Glass Tetrapot
Specialty products from Shikinejima (including certified Niijima village brand items) will be available for purchase, as well as assistance for tourism inquiries and island vacation information.
・Salted Red Squid
・Dried Yellowtail Fish
Introducing specialty products from Kozushima, including dried yellowtail and salted squid, along with travel information about the island. Complete a quick smartphone survey for a chance to receive a novelty gift!
・Umikaze Shiitake Mushrooms
・Hachijo Shochu (Japanese spirits)
Come check out Hachijojima’s local products and tourism brochures!
・Ice Cream Sauce
Offering Ice Cream Sauce, gummies, sodas, and more made from passion fruit and lemons sourced from the Ogasawara Islands.
Many foods cooked fresh that can be enjoyed on the spot!
More at the venue!
Tengu Rice Crackers Carefully selected black sesame seeds are generously used on both the front and back sides of the crackers and toasted to perfection.
Vienna Sausage These sausages are made locally in Tokyo, and you can enjoy them grilled right on the spot!
Images and menu may be subject to change
・Original Winged Dumplings (5 pieces)
・Shrimp Stick Spring Rolls (2 pieces)
・Cheese Spring Rolls (2 pieces)
・Sesame Balls (2 pieces)
・Nikuman (Steamed Buns)
・Tokyo Vegetable Tempura Rice Bowl
・Tempura Rice Bowl
・Deluxe Tempura Rice Bowl
・Anago (salt-water eel) Burger
・Fried Dorayaki (sweet red bean pancake)
・Avocado & Cheese Croquette
・Mexican-style Sirloin Steak Taco Rice
・Meat and Cheese Mexican Burrito
・Avocado & Cheese Fries
・Higashimurayama-style Black Yakisoba (stir-fried noodles)
・Xian Bing (Chinese meat pie)
・Chicken Karaage (fried chicken)
・Frizza Quattro (Four Cheese)
・Roasted Sweet Potato (full)
・Roasted Sweet Potato (cut)
・Roasted Sweet Potato Gelato
・Steamed Meat Buns
・Steamed Sweet Potato Buns
・Dried Sweet Potato Snack
・Extra Creamy Rice Omelette
・Veggie-packed Taco Rice
・Loco Moco with Hamburg
You can find a diverse
selection of Japanese sake,
beer, island shochu, and rum
from Tokyo to enjoy.
Try the Gucchi couple’s original dishes using Tokyo ingredients! Tastings are available for those participating in the event stamp rally.
*Tastings available while supplies last.
TOKYO X Pork Stroganoff
Tokyo Milk Clam Chowder
with Green Onions and Clams
Ogasawara Island Lemon
You can get a prize by collecting 5 stamps! Pick up your prize at the lucky draw tent.
Participate in the stamp rally and collect 5 stamps!
Distribution of vouchers will start at 11:00 on 11/18 (Sat) and 10:00 on 11/19 (Sun)
Vouchers will be distributed in the order of clam chowder, lemonade, and pork stroganoff.Vouchers for the next menu item will be distributed as soon as the previous one is gone.
Free hands-on workshops featuring
Tokyo’s local products.
Fun for both children and adults!
Visit the workshop registration desk to sign up for your preferred time slot and get a participation ticket. Please come to the foyer of Hall D1 at the start time of the workshop.
・The duration of the experience may vary depending on the workshop.
・Preschool children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
・Due to limited capacity, there is a possibility that we may not be able to accommodate your preferred time slot. Thank you for your understanding.
Experience a virtual journey with 360° VR showcasing locations across Tokyo, and enjoy ASMR,
where sound and visuals come together for an immersive sensory adventure.
Embark on an ASMR journey to discover Tokyo through soundscapes accompanied by videos in the categories of NATURE, CULTURE and HISTORY.
First get an event pamphlet!
Collect stamps at the venue
and win some great prizes!
Once you’ve gathered your stamps,
head on over to the lucky draw tent!
Tokyo Milk Clam Chowder
with Green Onions and Clams
Ogasawara Island Lemon
TOKYO X Pork Stroganoff
What is TOKYO SYUKAKUSAI?
TOKYO SYUKAKUSAI is an event where you can experience touring various parts of Tokyo right in one venue! You can enjoy tourism, culture, and gourmet delights. There is a wide range of activities for you to enjoy, such as getting recommendations for tourist spots in different areas of Tokyo, participating in virtual travel experiences, savoring unique local cuisine and beverages, and purchasing local specialty products.
Do I need to register or pay an entrance fee for the event?
There is no need to register, and the event is free of charge.
Is there parking available?
Yes, there is general (paid) parking located underground at the Tokyo International Forum, where the event will take place. For more details, please visit the Tokyo International Forum’s website.
Are pets allowed?
Pets are allowed only in the outdoor plaza when in a carrier bag or pet stroller (with the pet’s face not visible). However, pets are not permitted inside the building or in the parking area.
*Guide dogs, service dogs, and hearing dogs are welcome inside the facility.
Is there a place to store luggage?
There are no luggage storage facilities within the event venue. Please use coin lockers inside the Tokyo International Forum building or at nearby train stations.
Coin locker locations:
・Near the Yurakucho Line connection gate on basement level 1, in front of FamilyMart.
・Near basement level 1 Tokyo Station (Kyobashi Exit).
・On basement level 1, both the Yurakucho side and the Tokyo Station side of the Tokyo International Forum Glass Building.
*Operating hours: 7:00〜23:30
1-minute walk from Yurakucho Station
5-minute walk from Tokyo Station (the concourse on the first basement floor connects with Tokyo Station on the Keiyo Line)
1-minute walk from Yurakucho Station (connects to the concourse on the first basement floor)
Chiyoda Line: 5-minute walk from Nijubashimae Station/7-minute walk from Hibiya Station
Marunouchi Line: 5-minute walk from Ginza Station
Ginza Line: 7-minute walk from Ginza Station/7-minute walk from Kyobashi Station
Mita Line: 5-minute walk from Hibiya Station