9th Annual Koi-nobori Project in Okazeki

When: April 29 – May 5, 9am onward
Where: On the banks of the Kokaigawa River in Okazeki, Toride

Many koi-nobori (carp streamers associated with Children’s Day) will be on display along the Kokaigawa River in the Okazeki area. This year in addition to the usual attractions, there will be a koi-nobori making workshop for kids (free of charge!) and some Mongolian performances. Check out the PR video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVRUgys8kyg&feature=youtu.be


April 29: Rinzo Taiko Performance, Opening Ceremony, Daichi no Odori (dance by Futaba Bunka Kindergarten), Hula Dancing, Old-time Favourite Songs, Morin Khuur (traditional Mongolian instrument) Performance, Mongolian Sumo
May 3: Maiko Taiko Performance, Nankin Tamasudare (traditional street performance), Dance Studio Az, performances by bands, Ukulele Performance
May 4: Original Parasol Workshop (300 yen), Okinawa Sanshin Performance, Ventures Meet
May 5: Performances by bands, Moonwalker (Michael Jackson Dance)


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