Setagaya Bread Festival
120 shops will be gathered from all over Japan! Mishuku will be the city of bread for two days
“Setagaya Bread Festival” is Japan’s largest bread festival to be held every year since 2011.
In Japan, a wide variety of breads that match the food culture and climate has been developed. In the “Setagaya bread festival”, not only Japanese bread, bread born in various countries of the world is gathered from all over Japan.
At Setagaya Park and Ikejiri Elementary School, which will be the market venues, various shops such as popular bread, foods compatible with bread, dishes and drinks line up. A total of about 120 shops will open, and the Mishuku area turns into a bread town for two days.
|Event Name||Setagaya Bread Festival|
IID Setagaya Monozukuri Gakko
Second Gymnasium Ikejiri Elementary School
|Dates||October 7, 2018 – October 8, 2018|
|Open Hours||11:00 – 17:00|
Pay for food/drink and product sales at the venue.
Workshops and classes may require a fee and advance booking.
|Address||2-4-5 Ikejiri, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo|