Momiji festival 2022

Saturday 8. October 2022 at 12:30 - 20:00

V Spa • Riia 2, 51004 Tartu, Tartumaa, Estonia

Online ticket sales has ended.

Momiji is a festival focused on introducing and enjoying Japanese culture. Attendees of the event will have the opportunity to listen to different presentations, participate in interesting workshops, observe martial arts demonstrations and lots more. Instructors and presenters are people who are specialists and/or enthusiasts of the fields they share with us.

The festival is a successor to the Japan Month event that started back in 2015 in parallel with the Japanese pop culture festival AniMatsuri.

Momiji will be happening on the 8th of October at 12:00, the doors will open at 11:30.

The festival schedule is up on our website at

Everyone interested in Japanese culture is welcome to join, but also everyone just interested in seeing what's going on.

The organizer of Momiji is NPO Japanese Culture Club Asashio in cooperation with their sponsors/partners. The head sponsor of the event is the City of Tartu, partners are the Japanese Embassy in Estonia, the Japanese Foundation and Elektriteater.


The price of the ticket depends on when and where you buy it:

  • Presale tickets are 12€ and available until 7th of October 23:59 GMT+3
  • Tickets at the venue will cost 15€

– Children up to 2 years old (included) get in for free.
– Children under 10 years of age must have a companion of at least 15 years of age.

Your ticket will be switched for a wristband at the festival which means you can freely move in and out of the festival venue.

The person who buys a ticket to the event has to follow the festival’s Code of Conduct that you can find on our website

The festival team or security have the right to:
– deny you entry to the festival if there is suspicion that the ticket/wristband is not real or not for this event for the noted access dates;
– check the existence of your wristband at any time during your time on the festival grounds;
– ask you to leave the festival grounds in case you don’t have a wristband or it is not the correct wristband;
– ask you to leave the festival grounds if they have found you in violation of the festival Code of Conduct.

If you lose your wristband or it is destroyed, you have to buy a new ticket to get to the festival grounds!

More information on our website


Kaia Jallai
Head organizer for AniMatsuri and Momiji
+372 5687 5916 - [email protected]

Janar Pääsik
Program manager for AniMatsuri and Momiji
[email protected]

V Spa • Riia 2, 51004 Tartu, Tartumaa, Estonia

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Kaia Jallai • MTÜ Jaapani kultuuriklubi Asashio

+372 5687 5916