The Japan Festival Wellington is pleased to announce that Noriko Tadano will perform at this year’s festival. Noriko is an award-winning, virtuoso master of the Japanese shamisen (a 3-string, banjo-like instrument)… Read more Headline performer – Noriko Tadano →
Bring the kids along to the Wellington Japan Festival on November 24 so they can try their hand at origami paper folding. The word Origami comes from ori meaning “folding” and kami meaning “paper”.… Read more Origami – it’s easier than it looks! →
The Japanese tea ceremony, also known as the Way of the Tea, is one of the most popular events at the Wellington Japan Festival. The tea ceremony is much more… Read more The Art of the Tea Ceremony →
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Whether it’s stunning martial arts displays or the graceful tea ceremony, the 2018 Japan Festival Wellington has something for everyone. Enjoy exciting stage performances, sample delicious Japanese dumplings and sushi,… Read more About →
Showcase your talents and help us make the 2018 Japan Festival Wellington the best yet! We’re seeking performers, both contemporary and traditional, for our exciting stage programme. Or maybe you’d like… Read more Register for Food stall, Performance, Culture/Retail stall! (Closed now) →
The 2018 Japan Festival Wellington Needs You! The sixth Japan Festival Wellington will be held on November 24 at the TSB Arena on the Wellington waterfront. The success of the… Read more Calling all Students! →
Come along to the 6th Japan Festival Wellington on Saturday, November 24, 2018 at the TSB Arena on Wellington’s waterfront. It’s fun for all the family – and it’s free! Follow… Read more Konnichiwa! →