Topics for August 22nd & 23rd


The Tokyo Metropolitan Government and the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra will together host the "Tokyo MET SaLaD MUSIC FESTIVAL 2020" on Saturday, September 5th and Sunday, September 6th.

The event offers a variety of programs for all ages, from toddlers to adults, and is based on the concept of "Sing and Listen and Dance," from which SaLad takes its name.

Tickets for "OK! orchestra", an event that allows babies to cry or make sounds, will be sold by lottery. The main concert tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis.

The SaLad mini-concert is free of charge and does not require registration.

The venue is Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre and other facilities around Ikebukuro. For more information, please visit the official SaLad Music Festival website.

9月5日(土)と6日(日)、東京都と東京都交響楽団は、「Tokyo MET SaLaD MUSIC FESTIVAL 2020 サラダ音楽祭」を開催します。

SaLadの由来である「Sing and Listen and Dance」をコンセプトに、赤ちゃんから大人まで幅広い年代の方が楽しめる様々なプログラムを開催します。






Have you ever seen the rainbow-mark sticker? 

The "COVID-19 safety sticker" shows that the shop or facility adheres to the Tokyo Disease Control Measures Guidelines for Businesses and is taking appropriate steps to limit the spread of COVID-19.

When visiting stores, please choose those that have rainbow stickers displayed.

Please also take individual measures to prevent infections, such as washing your hands, wearing a mask and avoid talking in loud voice when dining out.

We ask for everyone's cooperation to prevent the spread of the virus.







For the full text of today’s announcements, check the Tokyo Metropolitan Government website. The address is

今日の放送内容については、英語版「東京都ホームページ」をご覧ください。アドレスは です。