Heads up! We’re working hard to be accurate – but these are unusual times, so please always check before heading out.
January in Tokyo can be cold and dreary, especially once the New Year holidays are over. However, while most of the city illuminations are still up, the first month of the year is also the time for classic winter festivals, tasty food shows and ice skating under the starry sky – not to mention the Coming of Age celebrations or those rare but hilarious snowy days when this oh-so-orderly city is thrown into disarray. So calm down, take a break from those New Year's resolutions and check out our picks of the best events Tokyo has to offer.
RECOMMENDED: Blown all your budget on New Year parties? Here's how to do Tokyo on the cheap.