MIDNIGHT STREET FOOD Paradise – Tori No Ichi Fair! | Asakusa, Tokyo

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Time to celebrate and eat all night long at the Tori no Ichi Fair!
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Held on every Day of the Rooster in November, the Tori no Ichi fair is a wonder to see! Thousands of locals and tourists come to visit the Ohtori Shrine and to buy special Rakes for good luck, health, and prosperity. Rake Sizes range from keychains all the way to the size of a small car! But one of the best things is, it lasts 24 hours!! This includes all of the Yatai (Street Food Stalls) that go on for many city blocks.

Follow Charles and Victor as they explore the many foods available at the fair while mingling with the locals and enjoying an all night celebration of food, drinks, and fun!

FAIR INFORMATION
Tori-no-Ichi (酉の市)
Address: 3 Chome-18-7 Senzoku, Taito, Tokyo 111-0031
Phone: 03-3876-1515

Tori no Ichi 2017 Dates:
November 6
November 18
November 30
Celebration starts at the stroke of midnight and lasts 24 hours!
(This means that people start gathering around 11pm on the prior day. i.e: Line up on 11pm on November 17th to celebrate on the 18th)

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