Health, Sports & Culture Day at JAMsj

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Sports & Recreation

Oct 201821
11:30a.m. - 1:30p.m.

Japanese American Museum of San Jose
535 North Fifth Street
San Jose, California, 95112
United States

Health/Sports Day originally held on October 10th is the anniversary of the opening ceremony of the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. With the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in sight, we thought we would bring this event closer to San Jose’s Japan town with our own version of a Health, Sports and Culture Day at JAMsj.

Please join us for an afternoon of cultural demonstrations that brings Health, Sports and Culture together. There will be various performance by our own local young talent followed by relay races (Undokai) for the kids. So pack your Obento lunch, blanket/mat/shikimono and enjoy the afternoon. The JAMsj Museum will also be open with docents on hand for tours. Please RSVP so we can prepare enough seating, but walk-ins are welcome.

11:30AM Start
• Lotus Preschool Singers

• Genki Kids Dancers

• Nakano-sensei Judo Demonstration

• Relay Races for the Kids

• Mansui Relay Race

• Water Balloon Toss 

• Egg on a spoon relay

• Tug of War 

• Pankui 

• Jankenpo Train

• Tamaire

• Kami Shibai

Thanks to our sponsors and contributors:
Itoen and Lotus Preschool
RSVP:
www.jamsj.org/undokai2018
PublicPrograms@jamsj.org

(408) 294-3138

Event Cost:
Free with admission to the museum
Adults: $8
Seniors 65+ and students with valid ID: $5
JAMsj Members and children (12 and Under): Free

 

JAMsj . Last modified Aug 10 2018 11:29 a.m.


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