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Fort Worth Botanic Garden presents Fall Japanese Festival

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Photo courtesy of Julien & Lambert Photography

The Fort Worth Botanic Garden will present the Fall Japanese Festival, where visitors can enjoy the vibrant colors of fall in the Japanese Garden while exploring the arts and culture of Japan. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Japanese Garden’s opening in 1973.

Activities and performances include Taiko Drummers at the Horseshoe Garden; Japanese Swordsmanship with GK Sugai; Traditional Tea Ceremony demonstrations in the Oak Hall both days, four times each day (additional fee applies); five food trucks; three dessert trucks; and traditional food that will be prepared by the Japanese Society and available for purchase at the Japanese Pavilion; and origami and calligraphy demonstrations.

The Fort Worth Botanic Garden will present the Fall Japanese Festival, where visitors can enjoy the vibrant colors of fall in the Japanese Garden while exploring the arts and culture of Japan. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Japanese Garden’s opening in 1973.

Activities and performances include Taiko Drummers at the Horseshoe Garden; Japanese Swordsmanship with GK Sugai; Traditional Tea Ceremony demonstrations in the Oak Hall both days, four times each day (additional fee applies); five food trucks; three dessert trucks; and traditional food that will be prepared by the Japanese Society and available for purchase at the Japanese Pavilion; and origami and calligraphy demonstrations.

WHEN

WHERE

Fort Worth Botanic Garden
3220 Botanic Garden Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76107, USA
https://fwbg.org/japanesefestival/

TICKET INFO

$6-$12; Free for members and children 5 and under.

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