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Hatsume Fair at the Morikami Gardens

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Hatsume Fair at the Morikami Gardens

Post  AnaIkimaru on Sun Feb 21, 2010 10:55 pm

Considering it is within the state, I'm counting it as "local"! Ana's Ikimaru will be there as a vendor. Please stop by and say hello!

Celebrating the first bud of spring, the Morikami's largest annual event, Hatsume, transforms the normally tranquil Morikami Park into a unique Japanese spring festival.

In its 31st year, Hatsume Fair features three stages of continuous entertainment including taiko drumming, martial art demonstrations, children's activities, and Anime @ Hatsume including dealers, a cosplay contest, and presentations of Anime History, Travel to Japan, Japanese Folk Tales and more!

Also included are avenues of artisan booths, plant sales, anime dealers, Asian and American food vendors and The Kirin Beer Garden!

Sponsored in part by:

New this year: Special Performance by Ensemble Otodama!

Purchase your tickets ONLINE before Thursday, March 18 and SAVE!
$10 for adults, $5 for kids (ages 4-17), children 3 & under and museum members FREE

Tickets at the gate:
$12 for adults (ages 18+)
$6 for children (ages 4-17)
FREE for museum members and children 3 and under

Entertainment Schedule
Hatsume features threestages with continuous all day entertainment. Stay tuned for a full listing of events!

FREE on-site parking is provided.

Food & Beverage
The Morikami's Cornell Cafe will be open and serving from an a la carte menu. Outside vendors will also be providing Asian and American food on the festival grounds.

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