Japanese tradition in multi-cultural London is sprinkling magic with a Japanese magic wand. Back in 2010 Japanese tradition in multi-cultural London was introduced as “Japan Matsuri” to all the Londoners. People simply loved everything about the event. The main aim was to unite everybody and celebrate the rich culture of Japan. Undoubtedly, you would be able to enjoy Japanese dance, music and food on this particular festival.
Nowadays, we are forgetting cultures and the importance they hold. It is essential to arrange such events not only to enhance the flavor of cultures but also to insert the substance of understanding. So that people can tolerate each other in a better way. This would be a good try to exclude racism and bring peace in the world.
This time the festival is arranged in an improved way as the experience of organizers is even better. Many people are expected to come on Saturday, 5th of October 2013. Splendid news for you is that the event would be 100 percent free.
Moreover, there would be different stalls. Each with its own unique item, you can taste various sorts of delicious Japanese dishes. There would be 2 stages where you can see Japanese dance, taiko drumming and so much more. Martial arts and Tsugaru Shamisen would also be performed. Nodo Jiman karaoke is the name of a special contest where you would have a chance to win exciting prices.
Likewise, you can dress in kimono. Also, there is a playing area where families can enjoy with their kids. There would be different games which you can play with your children. Unquestionably, children are sensitive and need their parent’s attention. It is an excellent festival for you to increase their acquaintance with the culture a Japanese experiences. Also, it would be a great time for you to let them know how much you care about them.
The event is organized in Trafalgar Square which is the heart of London. Furthermore, the sponsors of the event are JA (Japan Association), The Japan Society, Embassy of Japan in the UK and Jcci UK.
Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 5DN