Urawa Saitama Stadium 2002 Bread fair in 2024

The third annual Urawa Reds Bread Festival will take place this April. Following the success of the previous two bread festivals in Saitama Stadium, Japan’s third largest football stadium, the fair will take place again in 2024. However, the organizers have been organizing bread festivals for many years, including the largest bread festival annually in Yokohama. The 2023 fair was just half a year ago in September, but this year they are having the event in April, just before Golden Week.

Urawa Reds Bread Festival at Saitama Stadium

The bread festival will be held for three days at Saitama Stadium 2002 from Saturday April 27th. Information about participating bakeries in 2024 is not yet available (March 16th 2024) In September 2023 sixteen bakeries participated daily and there was also at least another dozen bakeries that participated for just one or two days.

Participating bakeries with Asian themed bread

The 2024 list is not yet available. It probably won’t be available until early April.


Information

Saitama Stadium 2002 Bread Fair 2024

Event: Bread Festival 2024 in Saitama Stadium 2002 「パンのフェス2024in埼⽟スタジアム2〇〇2」

Dates: Saturday April 27th to public holiday Monday April 29th 2024

Time: from 11 am to 5 pm.

Cost: there is no admission fee.

Venue: Saitama Stadium 2002, 2-chome-1 Misono, Midori Ward, Saitama, 336-0967. View on Google Maps.

Access

There is parking at the stadium, but whenever there is an event on they recommend you come by public transport. The stadium is about a 15 minute walk from Urawa Misono Station. When there is a match on there are shuttle buses from JR Urawa Station, JR Higashi Urawa Station, Saitama Railway Urawa Misono Station and Tobu Izesaki line Kita Koshigaya Station.

Official Website

The stadium’s website

1 Comment

  1. im gonna be honest with you Lynda, I feel like a ‘bread’ festival is really starting to push the boundaries of what they can have festivals for/about., but then in Japan ANYTHING Goe!

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