This year, the Japan Day celebrations are on May 20th and hundreds of thousands of visitors will flood through the city to celebrate the amazing festivities going on during the day… Here’s a full guide (in English) so that you can explore the cities coolest events this weekend without missing out on a single blink.
Japan Day (Japan-Tag) is the largest Japanese festival in the world and is celebrated annually in Düsseldorf, Germany around May or June (this year on May 20th). North Rhine-Westphalia is home to one of the largest Japanese communities outside of Japan.
If you’ve never experienced Japan Day before and aren’t a big fan of crowds…
A smart, contemporary hotel in the north of Düsseldorf, the 4-star NH Düsseldorf City Nord is a great destination for visitors to the city that’s only ten minutes by train from the centre.
Guests can make full use of the hotel fitness area, which includes a sauna and steam room.
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Kunstsammlung is a museum of modern art which is worth visiting.
It is divided in two separate museum buildings, K20 and K21.
The permanent exhibitions include works of expressionist and impressionist painters.
If you feel thirsty after visiting the museum, check out Pardo Bar, with its arty interiors exploding with color.
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Opening hours: Tue to Fri 10am-6pm, Sat and Sun 11am-6pm Grabbeplatz 5, Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, 49 0211 8381 The Classic Remise Düsseldorf is a museum and center for vintage cars situated in a historic roundhouse for locomotives.