Want to learn a little basic Japanese? Learn Ichiyo-style flower arranging or bonsai basics? Make a paper lantern or try your hand at origami with the kids?  How about a little Karaoke? Or, would you like to watch an urban kimono fashion show?   Learn to make a kite, or some sumi-e (ink painting) basics or take a workshop about the Art and Joy of Sake?? 

There’s a little something for everyone… And, even if you don’t feel artistic and creative there’s always the music and food…

Haru Ichiban, Nakato Restaurant, Suno Dessert, Sushi Niko Niko, Sushi Yoko, and Taka Sushi & Passion will each be offering tasty bites in the Japanese Food Court.

Tickets are $8 per person at the door… cash only! (Children 6 years old and younger are free)

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