Namaste India in Tokyo: Spirits high despite a looming typhoon Trami

Despite a looming typhoon Trami, spirits were high at Namaste India 2018, held over the weekend of September 29-30, 2018, at the Yoyogi Park in Tokyo.

With the warming ties between India and Japan, the largest Indian festival in Japan continues to grow larger each year. Organised by Incredible India, there were 32 different food and drink stalls, gift stalls and performances scheduled throughout both days.

Here's a look at what went down at the event square in Yoyogi Park! 

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