With over 500,000 spectators and 7,000 dancers split into 100 teams, you can expect a lot of dancing. The performances are all different and mix traditional Japanese dancing with modern moves. The dancers’ costumes are also not the same, but most of them have in common to be very colorful.
In addition to Odaiba, the event will also take place at Akihabara UDX and in the large square outside JR Yurakucho Station. Please check the organizer’s website for more details in case you want to go there.
Fr: 5pm – 9pm
Sa: 11am – 9pm
Su: 10am – 9pm
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