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The Largest Japanese Culture Festival in Russia to Run Online
14.11.2020 17:57
The Largest Japanese Culture Festival in Russia to Run Online

The annual Japanese Culture Festival is held online. The slogan of the J-Fest-Autumn festival will be "Japan is a click away".

      The event representatives report that the festival of Japanese culture will embrace more than 130 events.

      Within the framework of the online festival, you can watch documentaries, attend master classes in Japanese cuisine, lectures and online calligraphy lessons.

      Tachiban folk theater special show, traditional private ceremony and kimono dyeing using yuzen technique is expected. Participants of the online event will watch a Japanese language lesson, learn how to play mahjong and much more.

      During the current J-Fest, a large number of events will be held. See the program on the festival website.

      When: from November 15, 2020, to December 5, 2020

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Online Events Free Online Events Festivals in Moscow   

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