Japan Fest

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Sep 201617 Sep 201618

INFINITE ENERGY CENTER
6400 Sugarloaf Parkway
duluth, Georgia, 30097
United States

JapanFest is an annual Japanese Festival!

JapanFest features demonstrations of virtually every Japanese martial art, including karate, kendo, and sumo.
JapanFest also features the best Japanese cuisine in Atlanta --Sushi, bento boxes, ramen noodles and more!

We offer a variety of musical performances as well as traditional and modern Japanese dance.

For visitors who have always wanted to try on an authentic Japanese kimono, we will dress attendees from head to toe in the latest kimonos from Japan!

JapanFest will also feature a variety of workshops on Japanese culture.

Visitors can purchase an amazing array of Japanese goods, including kimono, tea, T-shirts, tattoos and ceramics.
 
In our Children’s Area,children can make their own Japanese tops, and be taught how to make a Japanese kite. Our arcade arcade has tons of games and activities for kids as well, such as ring toss, water yo-yos, Japanese toys, and more!

Japanese companies based will display their products in the Made in Georgia exhibition. Interactive exhibits include the latest in Japanese technology, such as robots, cars, and more!

Get tickets at: http://www.japanfest.org/#!tickets/cq53

$10 Admission Fee / Ages 6 and under Free 
Location : INFINITE ENERGY CENTER  
6400 Sugarloaf Parkway, Duluth, GA 30097

Sponsored by: Delta, Aflcac, Coca Cola, Temple University, Kennesaw State Universirt, Georgia Power, Fisher Broyles, Kroger, NorthSide Hospital, Southwest Airlines, Honda, Panasonic, Toto, Yamaha, Leaf Filter, Sapporo, Miura, Hartsfield Jackson,Dexerials

 

cgjatl . Last modified Jul 21 2016 10:52 a.m.


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