Celebrate Spring!

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Community Event

Apr 201616
11:00a.m. - 4:00p.m.

Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre
6688 Southoaks Crescent
Burnaby, British Columbia, V5E 4M7
Canada


Celebrate the cherry blossom season at our annual spring festival showcasing Japanese culture! Try your hand at cultural demos such as tea ceremony, kimono dressing, and crafts. For 2016, we are partnering with the Taiwanese Canadian Cultural Society, so come enjoy inspiring performances including aboriginal dance, folk songs, drums, and much more by artists from diverse cultural backgrounds. You’ll also have the opportunity to peruse our line-up of local vendors and shop for unique accessories, kimonos, jewelry, sweets, and more. If Japanese food is what you’re after, we’ll be offering our popular sell-out Sakura Bento boxed lunches, as well as light tea and sweets.

ACTIVITIES & WORKSHOPS
Tea Ceremony
Kimono Dress-up (*advance booking required)
Kids Crafts
SAKURA BENTO & FOOD
From Mar 21 to Apr 13, pre-order a Sakura Bento to enjoy in our beautiful gardens!
$12.60 Members, $13.65 General. ($15.75 on event day).
Call 604.777.7000 during office hours to pay by phone, or purchase at the Info Desk in person.
Due to the large volume of sales, we are unable to take bento orders by email, or reserve orders without payment. Thank you for your understanding.

 

NNMCC . Last modified Apr 08 2016 3:58 p.m.


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