Buddhist Church of San Francisco's Annual Ginza Bazaar

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Buddhist Church of San Francisco
1881 Pine Street at Octavia
San Francisco, California, 94109
United States


The Ginza Bazaar brings you two days of games, entertainment, Japanese food, shopping, camaraderie and more! The highlight of the weekend will be traditional Japanese Bon Dancing on Sunday, July 22nd from 1PM to 3PM.

The Buddhist Church of San Francisco invites you to join in the fun.

  • Sample unique Japanese delicacies including: BCSF’s own special chicken teriyaki, sushi, udon, Daruma dogs featuring innovative Asian toppings and desserts.
  • Join in Sunday’s Bon Dancing with friendly dancers eager to show you the steps
  • On Saturday enjoy ukulele, kendo fencing, tea ceremony demonstrations and learn the delicate art of Japanese calligraphy.
  • Browse the Bazaar filled with children’s games, bingo, booths offering unique hand-crafted items, and a special collection of Asian American books.
  • Savor a quiet moment in the Tea Salon.
  • Select from an array of art and antique items, gift certificates and more at the silent auction. 

Bazaar - Saturday, July 21, from 12:00pm to 8:00pm

Bon Odori and Taiko - Sunday, July 22, from 1:00pm to 3:00pm on Octavia Street

www.bcsfweb.org

(415) 776-3158

 

llan . Atualizado em Jun 22 2012 7:16 a.m.


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