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2018 Special Performers from Japan


- Keita Kanazasi, Japanese Drum
- Kohei Honda, Tsugaru Shamisen





Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival Month: April 3 - April 29, 2018
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2018 Sakura Days Japan Fair:
April 14 & April 15, 2018
(One of the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival Month Events)




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2018 Sakura Days ジャパンフェアは、2018年4月14日、15日に開催します!


会場: VanDusen Botanical Garden
    5251 Oak Street (37th & Oak), Vancouver, BC   地図 >>
日時: 2018年4月14日(土)& 4月15日(日)
時間: 14日 11:00am - 7:00pm、15日 11:00am - 5:00pm
行き方:
自転車でお越し下さい。無料の Bicycle Valet があります!
(Oak St. & 37th の角スペース)
または、
スカイトレイン: Oakridge-41st Avenue Station
バス: 17, 41, 43


会場マップ & パフォーマー公演時間PDFファイル

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4月14日(土)
Classroom in Visitor Centre

Tea Ceremony Demo by Urasenke Tankokai Vancouver Association
12:30 (Demo #1)
1:30 (Demo #2)
2:30 (Demo #3)
3:30 (Demo #4)
4:30
(Demo #5)

Tea Ceremony Note:
- PAID EVENTS
Cash Only
$5/participant

(ticket sales starts at 11:00, outside of the Classroom)

- 20 people/session, approx. 30 minutes/session
- tickets only available on the day that the tea ceremony is taking place (ie, you can only get tickets for Sunday's ceremony on Sunday)
- ticket sales starts at 11:00 and ends when that day's allotment is gone

Tea Ceremony Demo Sun. 15th




Woodland Room in Visitor Centre

Sake Salon
by Sake Association of BC (participating companies: ArtisanSake, CMC, PureSake)

11:30 - 6:30 (Sake Talk: 1:30 and 3:30)

PAID EVENTS
Cash Only
Price TBA

Sake Association of BC will showcase a variety of sake from Kyoto, Niigata, Saitama and Vancouver.

Sake Talk: 1:30 and 3:30
This casual and interactive SakeTalk will focus on sake basics and food pairing. Come and join us and have a lot of fun. KAMPAI with a glass of sake! (Door prizes. Don't miss out on your chance to win!)

  • Need to be 19 or older for tasting
  • 2 pieces of ID (one with photo) will be checked and a waiver must be signed
Sake Salon Sun. 15th




Atrium Discovery Room in Visitor Centre

Ikebana Display by Vancouver Ikebana Association
11:00 - 7:00



Japanese Craftsmanship (KENYUKAI) Tent

Kazaguruma (Pinwheel). Live woodworking demo and silent auction by Japanese Craftsman.
11:00 - 7:00



Flavours of Japan Tent

- Japanese Knives Demonstration Presented by Knifewear Inc.
Please note: If there is a lot of rain or strong winds, the forging demo may be cancelled and/or postponed.
12:00 - 12:30 ..... #1 Forging Demo
1:30 - 2:00 ..... #2 Forging Demo
2:00 - 2:30 ..... #1 Cutting Demo
3:00 - 3:30 ..... #3 Forging Demo
3:30 - 4:00 ..... #2 Cutting Demo
4:45 - 5:15 ..... #4 Forging Demo

- Japanese Cooking Workshop Presented by VanKoji Foods LTD.
1:00 - 1:30 ..... #1 Cooking Workshop
4:30 - 5:00 ..... #2 Cooking Workshop



Children's Tent
11:00 - 7:00
Origami, Kendama, Mask Making (omen), Lantern Making (Saturday only), etc. One lantern is free for a child.




Yukata Dressing by Cosmos Seminar

11:00 - 6:30
Sign up to try on a traditional Japanese yukata, and pose for photos to remember your day at #SDJF



Japanese Garden Display

by Vancouver Japanese Gardeners Association
All Day



Cherry Stage (near Cherry Grove)

11:10 - 11:40 ..... Miu no Kai Koto Ensemble (from Japan)
11:50 - 12:20 ..... VCBF: Vancouver Sings One Song
12:30 - 12:50 ..... Roku Shichi Taiko
1:00 - 1:20 ..... Opening Ceremony: Speeches and Kagamiwari
1:20 - 1:35 ..... Vancouver Rakuichi Shishimai Lions Dance
1:40 - 2:00 ..... Otowa Ryu Japanese Dance Group
2:15 - 2:35 ..... NAV Chorus
2:50 - 3:05 ..... Japanese Calligraphy Kisyuu
3:15 - 3:30 ..... Hojo Hand-Crafted Samurai Armor Corps (from Japan)
3:50 - 4:30 ..... FEATURE: Kohei Honda and Keita Kanazashi (from Japan)
4:40 - 4:55 ..... Toshiko Ezaki
5:05 - 5:20 ..... Ao
5:35 - 6:05 ..... Inyodo
6:10 - 6:30 ..... Seishun Youth Academy
6:40 - 7:00 ..... FEATURE: Lantern Parade led by Vancouver Ondo Group, Eisa Taiko Group and Hojo Hand-Crafted Samurai Armor Corps


FEATURE: Lantern Procession (Sat. 14th Only)

End Saturday evening enamoured by the lights, music, and dancing of the Lantern Parade - a popular new addition to the fair.

Dancing Vancouver Ondo Group, Eisa Taiko Group and Hojo Hand-Crafted Samurai Armor Corps will lead the parade from the Cherry Stage in the centre of the gardens to the Visitor Centre.

Children can decorate their own lanterns at festival during the day on Saturday. With their unique lanterns in hand, everyone is invited to participate in the parade, marching alongside the dancers and musicians.

The parade will begin at 6:40 pm (Cherry Stage) and finish by 7:00 pm (Visitor Center).



Upper Lawn

Hojo Hand-Crafted Samurai Armor Corps Display (from Japan)
(Sat. 14th Only)
11:00 - 7:00 ..... Try on samurai armor and take photographs with the group from Japan.



Experience Japan Tent

11:30 - 11:50 ..... Terra Kendama
12:00 - 12:20 ..... Koto Workshop by Miu no Kai Koto Ensemble (from Japan)
12:40 - 1:40 ..... Mini Comi (art/craft lesson)
1:50 - 2:50 ..... Shakuhachi Challenge
3:00 - 3:15 ..... Terra Kendama
3:25 - 3:40 ..... ShootingStar Idols
4:00 - 4:30 ..... Calligraphy Workshop by Kisyuu
4:50 - 5:30 ..... Taiko Workshop by Keita Kanazashi (from Japan)
5:50 - 6:05 ..... Ragnarok Project



Glasshouse

Haiku House presented by Leith Wheeler Investment Counsel Ltd.
All Day ..... Haiku Button Workshops, Haiku Readings, Haikuseum
11:30 - 12:30 ..... How to Write Haiku
1:00 - 3:00 ..... Haiku Rocks
2:00 - 3:00 ..... Get Started with Haiku
3:30 - 7:00 ..... Origami Workshop



Food and Beverage
11:00 - 7:00




Vendors and Exhibitors
11:00 - 7:00



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4月15日(日)
Classroom in Visitor Centre
Tea Ceremony Demo by Urasenke Tankokai Vancouver Association
11:30 (Demo #1)
12:30 (Demo #2)
1:30 (Demo #3)
2:30 (Demo #4)
3:30 (Demo #5)


Tea Ceremony Note:
- PAID EVENTS
Cash Only

$5/participant
(ticket sales starts at 11:00, outside of the Classroom)

- 20 people/session, approx. 30 minutes/session
- tickets only available on the day that the tea ceremony is taking place (ie, you can only get tickets for Sunday's ceremony on Sunday)
- ticket sales starts at 11:00 and ends when that day's allotment is gone




Woodland Room in Visitor Centre
Sake Salon
by Sake Association of BC (participating companies: ArtisanSake, CMC, PureSake)

11:30 - 4:30 (Sake Talk: 1:30 and 3:30)

PAID EVENTS
Cash Only
Price TBA

Sake Association of BC will showcase a variety of sake from Kyoto, Niigata, Saitama and Vancouver.

Sake Talk: 1:30 and 3:30
This casual and interactive SakeTalk will focus on sake basics and food pairing. Come and join us and have a lot of fun. KAMPAI with a glass of sake! (Door prizes. Don't miss out on your chance to win!)

  • Need to be 19 or older for tasting
  • 2 pieces of ID (one with photo) will be checked and a waiver must be signed



Atrium Discovery Room in Visitor Centre
Ikebana Display by Vancouver Ikebana Association
11:00 - 5:00



Japanese Craftsmanship (KENYUKAI) Tent
Kazaguruma (Pinwheel). Live woodworking demo and silent auction by Japanese Craftsman.

11:00 - 5:00



Flavours of Japan Tent
- Japanese Knives Demonstration Presented by Knifewear Inc.
Please note: If there is a lot of rain or strong winds, the forging demo may be cancelled and/or postponed.
11:30 - 12:00 ..... #1 Forging Demo
12:30 - 1:00 ..... #1 Cutting Demo
1:00 - 1:30 ..... #2 Forging Demo
1:30 - 2:00 ..... #2 Cutting Demo
2:30 - 3:00 ..... #3 Forging Demo
4:00 - 4:30 ..... #4 Forging Demo

- Japanese Cooking Workshop Presented by VanKoji Foods LTD.
2:30 - 3:00 ..... #1 Cooking Workshop
3:30 - 4:00 ..... #2 Cooking Workshop



Children's Tent
11:00 - 5:00
Origami, Kendama, Mask Making (omen), etc.



Yukata Dressing by Cosmos Seminar
11:00 - 4:30
Sign up to try on a traditional Japanese yukata, and pose for photos to remember your day at #SDJF



Japanese Garden Display
by Vancouver Japanese Gardeners Association
All Day



Cherry Stage (near Cherry Grove)
11:15 - 11:30 ..... Pico
11:45 - 12:10 ..... Shorinji Kempo
12:20 - 12:50 ..... Tomoe Arts Students
1:00 - 1:20 ..... Sakura Singers
1:35 - 1:55 ..... Seishun Youth Academy
2:10 - 2:15 ..... Tenrikyo Joyous Stars
2:25 - 2:55 ..... VCBF: Vancouver Sings One Song
3:05 - 3:45 .....FEATURE: Kohei Honda and Keita Kanazashi (from Japan)
4:00 - 4:20 ..... BOYiSH7
4:30 - 4:50 ..... Vancouver Okinawa Taiko





Experience Japan Tent
11:10 - 11:20 ..... VJLS-JH Japanese Picture Storytelling
11:35 - 12:05 ..... VJLS-JH Calligraphy Workshop
12:20 - 12:30 ..... VJLS-JH Japanese Picture Storytelling
12:40 - 1:40 ..... Mini Comi (art/craft lesson)
1:55 - 2:25 ..... Poetry Reading by Soramaru Takayama
2:45 - 3:45 ..... Rin-b art WS (Japanese clinical art from Japan) - max. 10 participants
4:00 - 5:00 ..... Rin-b art WS (Japanese clinical art from Japan) - max. 10 participants




Glasshouse
Haiku House presented by Leith Wheeler Investment Counsel Ltd.
All Day ..... Haiku Button Workshops, Haiku Readings, Haikuseum

1:00 - 3:00 ..... Haiku Safari: a garden ginko with hand-crafted binoculars by Angela Naccarato & Brenda Larsen

2:00 - 3:00 ..... Get Started with Haiku: workshop followed by a walk by Michael Dylan Welch




Food and Beverages
11:00 - 5:00




Vendors and Demonstrations
11:00 - 5:00



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参加ベンダー

フードベンダー
  • Hatchan Takoyaki
    Takoyaki (octopus / shrimp ball) $6
    Coke water ice tea $1.00
  • ICHIYO'S Matcha Bar
    1) Usucha, 2) Matcha/Hojicha Latte, 3) Iced Matcha/Hojicha Latte, 4) Iced Matcha, 5) Matcha/Hojicha Frappe
  • JAPADOG
    Special Hotdog: $8
    Regular Hotdog: $5
    Shaked Fries (Specialty Fries with Powder Mix): $3.50
    Drink (pop): $1.50
    Chips: $1.50
    Poutine: $8
    Half-Size Poutine: $4.50
    Yakisoba (Japanese-Style Fried Noodles): $6.50
    Takoyaki (Japanese-Style Octopus Dumplings): $6.50
    Karaage (Japanese-Style Deep Fried Chickens): $6.50
    Age Ice (Sweetened, Deeep Fried Bun with Ice Cream Dessert): $4.00
    One Scoop Ice: $3.00
  • Japanese Crepe SASUKE
    Strawberry Crepe, Banana Crepe, Half & Half Crepe, Japanese Luxury Crepe
  • KOYUKI SAPPORO RAMEN
    Kenchin-jiru, Karaage, Tokoyaki, Pumpkin Croquette
  • Mogu Foods Inc
    Sweet & Spicy Fried Chicken ($9)
    boneless Japanese style fried chicken Ebi Katsu Sandwich ($9)
    prawn cutlet sandwich Pork Miso Katsu Sandwich ($8)
    pork cutlet sandwich
  • Potato san
    Deep fried spiral shaped potato with three different sauces. (Garlic miso, Sweet miso, Spicy miso)
  • Taka catering Inc
    Ramen , Green tea
  • Tangram Creamery Ltd (previous TMK Concepts)
    Gyoza, Beef Rice Burgers, Frozen S'mores, Mochi Ice
  • Teriyaki Boys
    Teriyaki Chicken Rice Bowl, Teriyaki Beef Rice Bowl, Teriyaki Tofu Rice Bowl, Yakisoba
  • VancouverMikoshiSakurakaiSociety
    Japanese curry rice/noodle $5
    Japasese Osuimono (instantSoup) $3
    Japanese Sakura Tea $2
    Sakuramochi-Rice Cake with a Red been paste $5
    Ochazuke
  • Zakkushi
    Grilled chicken skewers with Teriyaki sauce, Oden, Dashi Soup



その他のベンダー / ディスプレー
  • Amrita Designs / Shimarisu
    Amrita brings cute lovely handmade bags and pouches to you to make your everyday little happier.
    Shimarius makes metal jewelry(silver, copper, gold...) with gemstones.
  • Art Cards by Valerie
    One of a kind paper folded cards, bookmarks, gift cards as well as framed art using chiyogami paper. Also available are chiyogami covered note books and sketch books.
  • Baker & Table Cafe
    Selling Sakura Melonpan
  • Beads Ya
    At Beads Ya, Sachiko Ito, who is the owner and designer is handmaking each beads jewelry one by one. Her beads jewelries are one of a kind and made with cute and retro images, so you can feel new yet somehow nostalgic.
  • Beauty secrets of Japan
    Organic Handmade Japanese soap with traditional Japanese ingredients.
  • Canadian College of Shiatsu Therapy
    Relax your body and mind with SHIATSU!!
  • chadoteahouse.com
    Authentic Japanese green tea Online store since 2005.
  • COCONAMA CHOCOLATE CO.LTD.
    Japanese Style Creamy Texture Truffle (NamaChoco) Type Chocolate.
  • Consulate General of Japan in Vancouver
    Learn about the culture of Japan, pick up travel brochures, and get information about Japanese government exchange programs, scholarships, and cultural events.
  • craftology
    Our products range from single or multi layer greeting cards and gift tags to interactive kind with intricate design. Craftology offers custom design paper products, making them the perfect gift for anyone.
  • Floriea Design Studio Inc
    Preserved flower and dry flowers and flower related goods.
  • Hobbyfan.com
    We bring Japanese anime toys to your doorstep.
  • Japanese Fabric Creations SHINO
    Specializes in Japanese-style handmade fabric objects such as coasters, pouches, placemats and accessories. Original designs are handmade by Shinobu with materials exclusively imported from Japan.
  • JETAABC
    JETAABC is the British Columbia / Yukon chapter of JETAA-International, the alumni association for participants of the Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme. We will be promoting the JET Program and the JET Alumni Association.
  • JTB & Silkway Travel
    Planning to travel to Japan? Come see us to think about your travel plans. Japan Rail pass, hotels, bus and bullet train tours - we make your "Japan trip dream" come true!
  • Kanadell - Japanese Bakery
    We sell Japanese Breads and Cakes - light and fluffy cakes, soft and cute breads, traditional sweets.
  • Karet design
    Karet uses leather, wire, and hand selected items from travels around the world to create something colourful, poppy and unique.
  • KimonoLove
    Vintage silk kimono and jackets from Japan.
  • Knifewear Inc,
    Knifewear has five stores across the country in Calgary, Vancouver, Ottawa, and Edmonton, and plans are also underway to open stores in Toronto and Kyoto, Japan. All of which means they no longer have to sell knives out of a backpack from a bicycle. The knives they carry are designed for precision and longevity. They can be passed down in the same manner as the historical processes in which they're made.
  • Minori Takagi
    Hand crafted glass jewelry and Tombodama.
  • Mom's Care Natural Handmade Soap
    Our soap which is good for people who have eczema and sensitive dry skin. All ingredients are natural (some soaps are 100% organic), no chemical. Shikon soap, Bamboo charcoal soap, Sakura soap, Yomogi soap, these ingredients are from Japan.
  • Nikoniko Home Care
    We are the Japanese nurses and care aides who help seniors maintain independence at home.
  • PAC WEST IMPORT/EXPORT LTD
    Pac West offers kimono, yukata, jinbei, tabi socks, geta sandals, hair accessories, cute pouches, key chain charms, original belts, scarves, etc mainly made using Japanese fabric. Our booth resembles a souvenir shop in Kyoto.
  • Paper for you
    Two paper artists corroborated to make unique accessories and greeting cards with Japanese beautiful paper called WASHI, and paper cord MIZUHIKI. Everything we make is done by hand even the tiny origami art.
  • Porte Bonheur Boutique
    All of our pieces are individually handmade using only quality 14K Gold Fill and Sterling Silver metals. We use all-natural gemstones and freshwater pearls, hand-picked and imported from Japan, when creating our designs to ensure that they are a good cut and clarity. By combining gold and silver metals with the colour brilliance of high quality gemstones, our designs can range from playful, to elegant, and everything in between.
  • Ritsumeikan-UBC
    Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan has a long partnership history with The University of British Columbia (UBC) began in 1991, and takes root on UBC campus known as Ritsumeikan-UBC House. This year, we will be composed of students who are from Ritsumeikan Univ. and UBC Asian Studies. We will cooperate and provide you some hands-on activities at the booth.
  • Siamurai Apparel
    Siamurai Apparel - passionate in designing unique handmade Japanese inspired samurai theme clothing fusion with Thai fabric. We design kimono, samurai pants and dresses.
  • Tea Lani
    Organic loose leaf tea in mason jar, combination of Wa herb and European herb.
  • Terra Kendama
    Come learn to play kendama with us! Kendama is an old Japanese ball & cup toy that will test your skills and creativity. It is fun and challenging for all ages and skill levels!
  • Tonari Gumi (Japanese Community Volunteers Association)
    As part of fundraising, Tonarigumi (NPO) would like to sell "Prepackaged Sakura mochi" & "Handmade crafts" by Japanese-Canadian seniors.
  • TSUEN TEA INTERNATIONAL LTD.
    Our Tea shop in Japan has 857 years of history, which is the oldest tea shop in Japan. We provide Japanese Organic Green Tea (Matcha, Sencha, Genmaicha, Hojicha) all processed / packaged in Uji, Kyoto, JAPAN. FREE green tea sample also available and also provide Beautiful Japanese Tea Ware. We also serve Hot Organic Sencha To Go, so enjoy our green tea while you walk around the garden.
  • Tsumugi Vancouver
    Use a combination of Noren, Daruma,Sensu and pottery. These suit my products and my image which is elegant and unique. They bring everything together just like ’Tsumugi’.
  • Vankoji Foods LTD.
    We produce and sale Japanese traditional natural seasonings which improves food's taste also tenderize vegetables and meats.
  • Wren Creation
    I create pendants and earrings using beautiful Japanese Chiyogami Paper.