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UPDATE: Given the potential for heavy rainfall Sunday, the Fort Worth Botanic Garden has canceled the Spring Japanese Festival on Sunday only.

The Fort Worth Botanic Garden | Botanical Research Institute of Texas will present Spring Japanese Festival, featuring the arts and culture of Japan. Hosted in cooperation with the Fort Worth Japanese Society, the festival includes cultural demonstrations, performances, unique shopping opportunities, and traditional foods.

Japanese culture highlights from the Spring Festival will include performances by two Taiko drumming groups, traditional Japanese martial arts experts and Master Swordsman G.K. Sugai; displays of the miniature worlds of bonsai trees from the Fort Worth Bonsai Society, and demonstrations in Origami, Calligraphy and Japanese Games; vendors selling treasures from origami jewelry to crafts made with vintage kimonos; traditional dances and ood from Asian food trucks preparing delicious meals and snacks, as well as authentic Japanese cuisine prepared by the Fort Worth Japanese Society.

UPDATE: Given the potential for heavy rainfall Sunday, the Fort Worth Botanic Garden has canceled the Spring Japanese Festival on Sunday only.

The Fort Worth Botanic Garden | Botanical Research Institute of Texas will present Spring Japanese Festival, featuring the arts and culture of Japan. Hosted in cooperation with the Fort Worth Japanese Society, the festival includes cultural demonstrations, performances, unique shopping opportunities, and traditional foods.

Japanese culture highlights from the Spring Festival will include performances by two Taiko drumming groups, traditional Japanese martial arts experts and Master Swordsman G.K. Sugai; displays of the miniature worlds of bonsai trees from the Fort Worth Bonsai Society, and demonstrations in Origami, Calligraphy and Japanese Games; vendors selling treasures from origami jewelry to crafts made with vintage kimonos; traditional dances and ood from Asian food trucks preparing delicious meals and snacks, as well as authentic Japanese cuisine prepared by the Fort Worth Japanese Society.

UPDATE: Given the potential for heavy rainfall Sunday, the Fort Worth Botanic Garden has canceled the Spring Japanese Festival on Sunday only.

The Fort Worth Botanic Garden | Botanical Research Institute of Texas will present Spring Japanese Festival, featuring the arts and culture of Japan. Hosted in cooperation with the Fort Worth Japanese Society, the festival includes cultural demonstrations, performances, unique shopping opportunities, and traditional foods.

Japanese culture highlights from the Spring Festival will include performances by two Taiko drumming groups, traditional Japanese martial arts experts and Master Swordsman G.K. Sugai; displays of the miniature worlds of bonsai trees from the Fort Worth Bonsai Society, and demonstrations in Origami, Calligraphy and Japanese Games; vendors selling treasures from origami jewelry to crafts made with vintage kimonos; traditional dances and ood from Asian food trucks preparing delicious meals and snacks, as well as authentic Japanese cuisine prepared by the Fort Worth Japanese Society.

WHEN

WHERE

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

TICKET INFO

$6-$12; Free for kids 5 and under.
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