About Ukrainian parade in Tokyo

Annual Tokyo Ukraine Parade will meet again in the heart of the capital of Japan, Ginza. First held in 2013, the Tokyo Ukraine Parade is informally connected to a series of worldwide “Vyshyvanka” (traditional Ukrainian embroidery) cultural parades held in cities in Ukraine and throughout the world. Although intended as a celebration of Ukraine’s traditional culture, it also has a deeper meaning for many participants due to the ongoing violence and occupation in parts of Ukraine. Everyone is welcome to participate!

You can participate even without vyshyvanka, of course, in that case please try to wear something in yellow or blue color of the Ukrainian flag!

This is strictly a cultural event. Any political symbols, shouts, etc. are prohibited.

Meeting time: May 19, 2019 13:30
Meeting Place: Tokyo, Chuo-ku, Nihonbashi Hongokuchō 4-4-3 Park Tokiwa
Parade route: Tokiwa parkーGinza stationーHibiya park (See on the map)
Fee: Free

Time : May 19, 2019 13:30

Place : Tokyo, Chuo-ku, Nihonbashi Hongokuchō 4-4-3 Park Tokiwa

Fee: Free



Meeting and preparation



Leave Tokiwa park, walk via Ginza to Hibia park.


Picnic and communication


Tokyo, Chuo-ku, Nihonbashi Hongokuchō 4-4-3 Park Tokiwa


There is no private parking lot in the park, so please refrain from visiting by car.

Previous parades

Sixth Annual Parade (2018)

Fifth Annual Parade (2017)

Fourth Annual Parade (2016)