After Christmas, Halloween and Valentine's, Japan has found a new holiday to capitalise on: Easter. The Chocolat de Easter, a veritable melting pot of languages and foreign influences, will see its conception at Daikanyama's Hillside Forum. The focus is squarely on chocolate, and you'll be able to enjoy an exhibition of egg-centric choc created by 46 popular pâtissiers from both Japan and France. And if you're looking to get your hands dirty in the process, try the Easter Gift Making workshop hosted by 'food space producer' Yukiko Yamamoto. Kids of all ages are welcome to decorate eggs on the weekends, and there will be a free egg hunt too. And in case you forgot, Easter is on April 16 this year – plenty of time to prepare, then.