TOHKON JUDO ACADEMY's KAGAMI-BIRAKI

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Jan 20118

JASC
CHICAGO, Illinois
United States



TOHKON JUDO ACADEMY's 
KAGAMI-BIRAKI
Saturday, January 8, 2011 
Japanese American Service Committee 
4427 N. Clark Street, Chicago 
additional parking available on next block east at Stockton School playground
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Please help us welcome in the New Year at Tohkon Judo Academy's annual Kagami-Biraki celebration. The festivities will begin with the traditional rice pounding ceremony, Mochi-Tsuki. Complimentary sweet rice cakes, Mochi, will be available to all participants. Rev. Oki will perform a traditional Japanese Tenrikyo purification service, and entertainment will be provided by Kokyo Taiko, Chicago Aikido Club and Tohkon. We will conclude with a potluck fellowship luncheon, and we ask for your support in bringing a serving of one of your specialties to share with others.

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Schedule of Events
8am-12pm: traditional Mochi-Tsuki rice pounding (complimentary Mochi) 
12pm: Tenrikyo Ohara-i purification ceremony 
by Rev. Goro Oki 
12:40pm: Kokyo Taiko Japanese drumming performance 
1:10pm: demonstration by Chicago Aikido Club 
1:30pm: demonstration by Tohkon Judo Academy 
2pm: potluck fellowship luncheon
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*Parking available at Stockton School PLAYGROUND. Enter playground from alley at Sunnyside, east of Dover. 
DO NOT PARK IN PARKING LOT, YOU WILL BE TOWED!

 

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intrepidmouse . Last modified Jan 03, 2011 11:42 p.m.


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