Dec 3Dec 4

A celebration of Philippine culture in Tokyo. There are over 30,000 Filipinos living and working in Tokyo, and this significant population gives the Philippine Festival a great local atmosphere. There are a variety of performances on the main stage with the announcements made in a mix of English and Tagalog to a largely Filipino audience. At the other end of the event area you’ll find a long strip of restaurants selling traditional food such as lechon and adobo, and, of course, San Miguel beer.

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