The 65th Mita Festival was held over four days on Mita Campus from Thursday, November 23, to Sunday, November 26.
The theme for this year was "To those of us who never gave up on the festival," a nod to the fact that this was the first time in four years that the festival was held in-person and without any COVID-19-related measures. It had been held online in 2020, and with restrictions in 2021 and 2022. More than 350 student groups participated in the festival, each showcasing the results of the hard work they have put into their regular and extracurricular activities over the past few years.
In addition to the main stage shows, seminar research presentations, project displays, and special guest performances, all hallmarks of the Mita Festival, many food and drink stalls were also set up, bringing the traditional bustling atmosphere back to Mita Hilltop Square.
*The Mita Festival was organized in accordance with the infection control standards of the national government and the Tokyo metropolitan government.