Friday, September 29, 2017 - Sunday, October 22, 2017
Texas Discovery Gardens 3601 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Dallas,
Ikebana International Dallas Chapter #13 and Sogetsu Dallas Branch present Kiku Matsuri (Chrysanthemum Festival) at the Texas State Fair. The festival will feature three sculptures, two demonstrations, and individual arrangements by members.
Billy Bob’s Texas 2520 Rodeo Plaza Fort Worth,
Celebrate 30 years of friendship between Fort Worth and Nagaoka, Sister Cities since 1987. Join Nagaoka Mayor Tatsunobu Isoda and other distinguished guests from Japan at Billy Bob's for dinner and Texas-style entertainment
Close out 2017 with food, drink, and good company! Bid the year farewell with Cori Hallock and Adam Black, valued staff members who are leaving to pursue exciting new paths in life, and welcome Sendai runners participating in the BMW Dallas Marathon.
Fujitsu Network Communications, Inc. 2801 Telecom Pkwy Richardson,
An unforgettable New Year's experience for you and your family! Celebrate the Year of the Dog with delicious mochi (rice cakes), music and dance performances, and authentic cultural activities. Learn about Japan's rich New Year's traditions, and connect with the local Japanese community. Get a taste of Japan's most important holiday!
Application Deadline: March 16, 2018 (Deadline extended!) Be a leader. Be a world traveler. Be a Young Ambassador. A life-changing international experience. This week-long exchange program immerses high-school students in another culture. Students travel to Sendai, Japan, staying with a host family and engaging in leadership, service, and cultural activities.
Centennial Hall Stage, Fair Park Dallas 1001 Washington St. Dallas,
Visionary, environmentalist, and Nobel Peace Prize nominee, Yoshioka Tatsuya founded Japan's sailing university, Peace Boat, in 1983. Since then, more than 60,000 passengers have traveled the globe on the boat learning about diplomacy, humanitarianism, and ecological issues. Tatsuya's current endeavor is Ecoship, the world's "greenest" cruise ship, set to sail in 2020. Mr. Tatsuyu will also speak at the Oceans Conference from 10:50-11:50am at the Briscoe Carpenter Center.
Niwa Japanese BBQ (patio) 2939 Main Street Dallas,
Come celebrate spring at a fun food festival highlighting some of Japan's signature dishes, including yakitori, ramen and sushi. Enjoy a taiko drum performance by Dallas Kiyari Daiko. 5pm to 9pm at Niwa Japanese BBQ (patio) Free admission. Food items range from $3-$7 at each food station. Advance tickets are encouraged and available in increments of $20 and available for pick-up at the check-in table. 1 ticket = $1. Guests who purchase advance tickets will automatically be…