TOKYO RAINBOW PRIDE 2023
- Pride Festival
- 22rd(Sat) & 23th(Sun), April 2023
- Pride Parade *Registration is required*
- 23th(Sun), April 2023
detailed information for Parade page
- Pride conference
- November 2023
(Details to be announced at a later date)
Yoyogi Park Event Plaza
- NPO organization Tokyo Rainbow Pride
- Sponsor companies/organizations
How to participate
- Please refer Parade page
Please follow staff instructions for a safe and enjoyable show. Not doing so may interrupt the performance or result in being asked to leave. Thank you for your cooperation.
Please refer to the Stage page for timetable and performer.
・Entry to the stage viewing area is first-come, first-served. No advance registration or numbered tickets are available.
・Waiting overnight or early in the morning is not allowed. Please move promptly when instructed by staff.
・Entry to the stage viewing area may be temporarily limited due to crowding. Please follow staff instructions in such cases.
・For wheelchair viewing, ask stage staff near the entrance or exit for directions to the wheelchair area. No advance reservations. Space is limited and may be unavailable depending on crowding.
・Umbrellas, including parasols, are not allowed in the stage viewing area. Use raincoats or other rain gear in case of rain.
・Eating and drinking are not allowed in the stage viewing area except for water. Only plastic bottles with lids are permitted.
・Smoking is not allowed anywhere near the stage. Use designated smoking areas.
Take care of your valuables. TRP, Yoyogi Park, and organizers are not responsible for theft.
Dispose of your garbage at the nearest Eco Station or take it home.
- Press on till Japan changes. -
?We have come this far one person at a time, one by one.
We’ve re-connected with each other, so we can see the issues and change them for the better.
Yet, the gender gap has not narrowed despite the advancement of women in society.
Even though there is now a rainbow of different types of families, individuals still cannot choose their own surnames.
nequalities and disparities experienced by those with disabilities remain even now unresolved.
Even though the importance of diversity is now widely understood, inclusion continues to be lacking.
The same is true for the LGBTQ community. Although the word has definitely gained recognition,
our reality is that our situation has not changed that much.
Bullying, discrimination, prejudice still exists. Our voices are drowned out.
The partnership system has expanded, but marriage equality has yet to be granted.
Can Japan really change in this rapidly changing world?
It is precisely because we can now see these issues clearly that we feel frustrated at the stagnation.
So now is the time to raise our voices once again.
Tell them we are here to stay.
24 hours a day, 365 days a year, in every generation, in every place.
That we have been and will continue to live together.
Let's keep marching on until the landscape changes.
For a future where everyone of all diversities can live equitably and happily.
- Background Info -
ITRP celebrated its 10th anniversary last year. Looking back, there is no doubt that great strides have been made.
However, while society has changed dramatically with the spread of diversity and inclusion and the understanding of LGBTQ issues, the reality is that we still face many challenges that have not been resolved.
When we think about what we can do to resolve this, we believe that we must "never give up and just keep trying until things change." It is thus with a strong resolution that we have adopted this theme for this year.
TRP2022 Event Report
Tens of thousands gather at Tokyo Rainbow Pride events for the first time in 3 years.
There were squeals of joy from people walking around the Tokyo Rainbow Pride Festival this year
as they bumped into old friends, some they hadn’t seen for months if not years.
Please select the inquiry category.
1. Inquiry about Tokyo Rainbow Pride events (parade, stage, booth, volunteer)
2. Inquiry about press related issues
3. Inquiry about Non-profit organization (NPO) Tokyo Rainbow Pride (TRP school, TRP supporter, etc.)
4. Other inquiry