In 2016, Roppongi stays awake to celebrate art for two nights instead of the usual one. This year's edition of Roppongi Art Night has also been moved from spring to fall, powering up Tokyo's autumn of art even further. What remains familiar is the programme, packed with exhibitions, installations and performances featuring leading contributions by the likes of superstar sculptor and installation artist Kohei Nawa, 'plant hunter' Seijun Nishihata and fashion-focused avantgarde 'balloon art' duo Daisy Balloon. Other noteworthy participants include Choi Jeong Hwa and Lyota Yagi, while something spectacular can be expected from France's Compagnie des Quidams, who last displayed their cavalcade of inflatable horses and other bizarre characters on these shores at Roppongi Art Night 2010. As always, the area's art museums and galleries will stay open until late at night. The full programme can be viewed on the official website.