Among the many Japanese incarnations (perhaps 'interpretations' would be more accurate) of Munich's world-famous beer festival, the Yokohama Oktoberfest has traditionally stuck closest to the schedule of its Teutonic forebear. Yokohama Oktoberfest is Japan's largest beer festival, and you can expect over a dozen stalls offering both German and local brews. On top of the standard pints, some will be offering glasses of wine, highball and cocktails, too. Pair your drinks with platters of sausages and goulash, among other hearty meals. As always, a separate tent will be set up to host live performances and other forms of entertainment. Entry costs ¥500 at the door, or ¥300 if purchased via the Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse app. Your first beer will include the cost of a beer glass, which you’ll need to use throughout the day. Once you’re ready to leave, you can return the beer glass to get your deposit back.