- OE Banquet Hall (2245 Speers Road, Oakville) www.oebanquet.com
- 11:10 - 11:20amJapanese New Year Songs by volunteer kids
- 11:30 - 11:45amPerformance of a traditional Japanese stringed musical instrument (Koto)
- 12:00 - 12:15pmDemonstration of Japanese Tea Ceremony
- 12:30 - 12:45pmPerformance of Japanese Lion Dance
- 1:00 - 1:15pmPerformance of Japanese Taiko Drum Group, Do Kon Daiko
- 1:30 - 1:45pmRice cake making demonstration
- 11:00-1:00pmJapanese Calligraphy workshop
- Japanese Etegami workshop (Hand drawn postcard)
- 11:00-2:00pmKids Craft Tables:
- Traditional Japanese Games
Other Fun Games for all ages (please bring lots of 25￠coins !)
- Possibility to win a prize through a fun lottery!
- 11:00amFood Court Opens
- Dynamites rolls from Mye restaurant
- Japanese style curry
- Inari Sushi (tofu with rice)
- Japanese sweet (yatsuhashi, Sakuramochi, Yomogimochi, dorayaki)
- Cakes (Matcha roll, Chesnuts Cake, Strawberry Cake by Le Petit Ange (photos)
- Japanese style breads (Croquette bun, Spaghetti bun, etc)
All the above items are available for purchase but the quantity is limited so come early!
*Please note: some food items may be subject to change.
Make sure to bring small change (1-2 dollar coins) to purchase a food item. Thank you!
- The following five venders are waiting for your visit!
- 1. Handmade crafts, Moromi miso and spicy oil by EEE agency www.eeeagency.com
- 2. Canadian Scholarship Trust Plans www.cst.org
- 3. UV cosmetics, clothing and handmade crafts
- 4. Origami Crafts
- 5. Handmade crafts including accessary, bag, magnet, staffed animals and soaps, etc)
- 6. Handmade crafts, children’s clothing, bags, Kimono for dog, etc www.pawsuppets.ca
- 7. Computer Accessory（Air Duster、Cell phone Holder、CD＆DVD Disc、Mice, etc）
- Adult - 3 dollars
- Child (4 - 12 years old) 2 dollars
*In order to cover the cost for this event we are kindly asking people to pay for the entry fee this year.
If you would like to join our event, please let us know your name and number of attendants.
Please click the "Register Here" button below.
This is the fourth New Year's event organized by volunteer members of the Halton Japanese community.
Our desire is to share the traditional Japanese New Year's customs with the people in our communities and to hand down our culture to the next generation of Japanese Canadians. This event is made possible through the generous support of donors, business sponsors and attendance fees.
We are grateful to all those who have participated in the past and we hope we can count on your continued support to make this year's event the best one yet!