Free Miami Japanese Festival is going to be the biggest ever this year!

Free Miami Japanese Festival – Miami’s Ichimura Japan Garden celebrates the traditional Shichi Go San Festival for children. This is a coming of age ceremony for 3, 5 and 7-year old children. A martial arts demonstration and Ikebana demonstration will highlight the day. Japanese drumming, paper theater and magi, plus food and gift shop. The garden is free and open to all to enjoy.

Festival Genre of Miami Japanese Festival: Culture fest

This is one of Florida’s hit cultural festivals!

Top 5 events to see at Miami Japanese Festival :

  1. martial arts,
  2. ikebana,
  3. music,
  4. magic,
  5. garden

How attendees would describe Miami Japanese Festival: japan, japanese, culture, asian, martial arts

Miami Japanese festivities and events
Miami Japanese festivities

Location of the Miami Japanese Festival

1101 MacArthur Causeway
Miami, Florida 33139
United States

Official website of Miami Japanese Festival:

• About the Garden

Miami Japanese Festival start date: 11/17/2014

Can I sell at the Miami Japanese Festival?:

Yes – some spots open but vendors are prohibited from sales using the festival name

• ABOUT THE Miami Japanese GARDEN

Martial Arts, Magic, Music & More. All Free!

Sunday, January 26th, 2014 at the Ichimura-Miami Japanese Garden

Master Magician Shoot Ogawa headlines the Free Festival January 26th at Ichimura Miami Japanese Garden.Plus, there will be a full Martial Arts demonstration by World United Karate Organization World Champion Paul Danos. In addition, “Kia Kidz” students with great exceptionalities will be showing off their martial arts skills.

Listen to the exciting Taiko Drummers and learn Ikebana, the Japanese Art of Flower arrangement from Grand Master Mieko Kubota. Enjoy Japanese games, arts and crafts at the Children’s Corner.

via Miami Japanese Garden.

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