Bunka No Hi

Japanese Culture Day Festival  

November 3, 2019 | 11am  4pm | 1414 S. Weller St

The Japanese Cultural & Community Center of Washington

What: Bunka No Hi is a free cultural festival dedicated to celebrating, commemorating, and educating the public about Japanese and Japanese American Culture in the Seattle area.

Who: Entertainment by various performers including taiko, martial arts demonstrations, Japanese tea ceremony, children’s activities, and more! The festival will also include two exhibits, local food vendors and non-profit organizations. Children, families, and the general public are encouraged to attend this free event!

When: November 3, 2019 from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Where: Japanese Cultural & Community Center of Washington | 1414 S. Weller Street, Seattle, WA 98144

Media Highlights: The Japanese Cultural & Community Center of Washington is proud to present two new exhibits during this year’s Bunka no Hi. The main exhibit will have visitors test their knowledge of the numerous and unique good luck symbols of Japan — from maneki-neko, or the “beckoning cat,” to the auspicious daruma dolls — there will be more than two-dozen symbols on display.  A new photo exhibit of images from Camp Minidoka will educate attendees with then and now photos of the former incarceration camp where many Seattle-area Japanese Americans were forcibly relocated to during World War II.

Website: jcccw.org

Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/2345102585538542/


An annual free event celebrating Japanese and Japanese-American culture. This year, JCCCW proudly presents two exhibits, an exhibit of numerous and unique good luck symbols of Japan and an exhibit of now and then photos of the Minidoka Internment Camp. The event also includes martial arts demonstrations, tea ceremony, taiko, storytelling, craft making, food vendors and more.



場所:JCCCW ワシントン州日本文化会館(主催者)1414 S. Weller St. Seattle

URL: jcccw.org



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