Event List and Blog
2017年11月30日 : 2018 Events
It has been a very eventful year for JFF - in addition to launching a new series of Japanese culture fairs, we have also been planning multiple overseas events to bring Japanese culture to a wider global audience. In particular, we are looking forward to the Japan Folk Festival in Prague, scheduled for March 3rd-4th of next year. We're currently coordinating with a number of amazing performers, artists, and craftsmen from throughout Japan, and are also excited to be showcasing local Czech performers as part of the festival. We are also excited to announce our participation in the 2018 Sakura Days Fair in Vancouver, scheduled for mid-April.
As we prepare for our upcoming events, we'll be taking a couple of months off from our regularly scheduled culture fair. Check back soon for upcoming dates. We look forward to hearing from you!
2017年11月21日 : November 19th Culture Fair
Thanks so much to everyone who came out to our November 19th culture fair! We had a wonderful time introducing guests to kimono, flower arranging, tea ceremony, ink painting, handmade Japanese sweets, and koto.
Stay tuned for information about upcoming events!
2017年10月23日 : Arigatou gozaimasu!
Thank you so much to everyone who came out to our Japanese culture fair last weekend! It was wonderful to see guests from so many different countries enjoying calligraphy, shamisen music, Japanese sweets and tea, and handmade tsumami zaiku crafts.
Our next fair will be Sunday, November 19th, with a new and updated program - hope to see you there!
2017年10月11日 : Handa Dashi Festival
Thank you to everyone who came out to the Handa Dashi Festival last weekend! We had an amazing time seeing the 31 floats lined up and even pulling one of them through town. The next one won't be held for another five years, but you can see individual floats from different regions of the city at local festivals next spring.
2017年10月10日 : Culture Fair Upcoming Dates
Try a variety of hands-on Japanese activities in a beautiful Meiji-era garden and teahouse!
When: Sunday, October 15th and Sunday, November 19th
What: try several hands-on Japanese cultural activities, in whatever order and for as long as you like; there is no set schedule. In October we are offering kimono (men’s, women’s, and children’s sizes available; photography in bamboo garden also possible), shamisen, tea ceremony with your own handmade Japanese sweets, calligraphy and ink painting, and a type of Japanese handicrafts called "tsumami," introduced to you by a group of friendly teachers with experience sharing Japanese culture overseas. November's program TBD.
How: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 052-413-8200 for tickets, or use the contact form at the top of the page.
Where: Nakamura Park Memorial Hall, a short subway ride from Nagoya Station (see here for details)
Advance (2 weeks or more):
Adults ￥4000, children 6-12 ￥2500 (children under 6 free)
Adults ￥5000, children ￥3000
Admission includes all materials necessary for the day’s activities, and completed crafts, art, calligraphy, and sweets can be taken home as souvenirs.
We look forward to seeing you there!