Local groups had demonstrations, lectures, performances and booths on a variety of subjects, such as tea ceremony, ikebana, calligraphy, martial arts, Taiko, and traditional and modern dance. The event included exhibitions on traditional Japanese paper from Kyoto’s Kamiji Kakimoto and lumber from Osaka’s Nishimoku, as well as a booth where you could experience the Hayabusa bullet train from the East Japan Railway.
|Taiko Performance||East Japan Railways Virtual Hayabusa Booth|
|Consulate’s Booth||Japan Fair 2016 Venue|
The two-day event gave over 20,000 visitors the opportunity to learn more about Japanese culture and business.