When you think of alcoholic beverages in Japan, sake may be the first thing that comes to mind, but there's also a thriving wine scene to appreciate here. Now in its sixth year, the Japan Wine Festival gives attendees the chance to enjoy wines made in all corners of the country in the one spot.
The two-day event is scheduled for the beginning of April, meaning that guests can enjoy the colorful beauty of the Japanese spring as they sip on their beverages of choice.
The Japan Wine Festival is held at Hibiya Park's Fountain Square.
If you're headed to the venue by public transport, the closest stations are Kasumigaseki Station (served by the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line and Chiyoda Line), or Hibiya Station (served by the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line or the privately operated Toei Mita Line). From either station, the park is approximately three minutes away on foot.