Ramen Show is one of Tokyo’s largest outdoor events dedicated to ramen noodles andis organized annually since 2009. It presents, in one big location, various types of ramen representing the
different regions of Japan but also collaborative bowls of ramen served only
is split into two parts. The first part – from the 24th to 29th of October will
feature 20 different vendors while part 2 will run from the 30th of October
until the 3rd of November and consist of a completely different group of 20
no entrance fee, but you need to buy food tickets in advance by using the
vendor machines near the entrance. At each food stand you can normally choose
some special toppings which is paid in cash.
Plaza, Komazawa Olympic Park
walk from Tokyu Den-en-toshi Line Komazawa-daigaku Station Komazawa-koen Exit
The Tokyo Game Show is an annual convention where
publishers and developers around the world show off the hottest video games.
The show is held over fours days (18-21 Sept) but the first two days are business days for
invited members of the industry and media, while the third and fourth day are
open for the general public.
The trade show is attended by many big names in the
video game business including Sony, Microsoft, Konami, Sega, etc. Each company
sets up a booth to show off their products, with the larger companies setting
up extravagant booths with stages, huge movie screens, live shows, playable
demos, trailers and celebrity appearances. For those looking to discover new
games by lesser known developers, independent game developers also have an area
where they can showcase their games of all platforms.
Venue: Makuhari Messe
The Tokyo Game Show is held in Makuhari
Messe, a 5-10 minute
walk from JR Kaihin-Makuhari Station. From Tokyo Station, Kaihin-Makuhari
Station can be reached by rapid (30 minutes) or local train (40 minutes) along the JR Keiyo Line (550 yen).