Malaysia's rich cultural history is made up of a tapestry of diverse influences. From the indigenous traditions of the Orang Asli and the Malay heritage to Chinese, Indian, and European influences, the nation includes a vibrant fusion of customs, languages, arts, and cuisines. If you'd like to experience some of this for yourself, the three-day Malaysia Fair at Shinjuku Chuo Park is a fabulous way to do so.
Originally held in 2018, the fair brings Malaysian food, traditional dance, and other cultural performances to Tokyo, along with information about tourism to Malaysia for anyone planning on traveling there.
There is no admission fee to enjoy the event, but do bring some yen if you plan on purchasing food.
Shinjuku Chuo Park is located just a minute on foot from Tochomae Station, which is served by the Toei Oedo Line. Alternatively, the venue is around 5 minutes on foot from Nishi-Shinjuku Station on the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line.