This is one of the Tokyo metro area’s most beloved festivals, which comes to life on the shopping streets of Azabu-juban. You’ll find a Japanese feltival music band at the Juban Inari Jinja Shrine, street performing and charity concerts at Patio Juban. You’ll also be able to catch the Juban vaudeville on the Juban Kaikan’s second floor along with a host of other activities both outdoors and in. That being said, this festival’s big draw are the food carts. The area is known for having an eclectic mix of international food establishments, making this festival especially tasty – and especially busy with people milling about, queuing up for food. Due to construction, the annual International Bazaar will be on hiatus.