If you like kimono and kimono fabrics, be prepared for a sensory overload of gorgeousness at this bazaar hosted by kimono shop chain Tansuya and its franchise offshoots. Held inside Yurakucho's Tokyo Traffic Hall, the event will feature enough kimono, yukata, obi, accessories and the like to spend a good chunk of your day ogling and wishing your bank account was just a little more plump. That being said, they're offering massive discounts (up to 70 percent), with secondhand yukata and even fancy homongi available from ¥3,000 – it's a perfect opportunity to pick one up before summer fireworks season starts. 40-minute kimono classes are held free of charge as well (reservations essential, call 0120 529 115 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org), with English and Mandarin versions of said educational happenings taking place on May 21. What's more, if you drop by a Tansuya outlet this week or register on their website, you can get a ¥1,000 discount coupon to use at the event (on purchases of at least ¥2,000). You're welcome.