Featuring this year onstage performances: Music by Nono & Co., Judo by Rendokan Dojo, Japanese Taiko Drumming by Odaiko Sonora
Exhibitions: Kimonos, Calligraphy, Ikebana Flower Arranging, Origami, Japanese Archery
Earthquake Fundraising (t-shirts, bracelets & Japanese books), JTB Travel
Audience Prizes, Japanese Snacks & Refreshments, Public Invited (Free Admission)
Noh t-shirts for the Japan disaster relief effort (pictured on the Southern Arizona Association for Japanese Education website http://www.saaje.org/index.html) will be available for sale for $20 at this event. I wrote about this fundraising effort on March 21– “Please help Japan” (click here).
For more background on this contest, read my blog from last year (click here).
PCC-Downtown Campus, PCC-East Campus Student Life and Activities Office, Consulate-General of Japan at Los Angeles, Japan Foundation, Japan-America Society of Tucson, Vantage West Credit Union, Desert Toyota, J.T.B., H.I.S., Sky Island School, Fenster School, R-Galaxy, Fantasy Comics, Bookmans, Sushi Ten, Sushi on Oracle, Yamato Restaurant, Ginza Sushi, Sushi Yukari, Kimpo Oriental Market, Suzuyuki-kai, Rendokan Dojo, Martial Arts of Tucson, Aikido of Tucson, Sonoran Aikikai, Ayako Enterprises, Atty. Michael Drake, Atty. Sarah Wright, Dr. Kiyono Bernier, Ms. Kristy Pearson, Central Animal Hospital, Ann Taylor Studio, Western Hotel & Resorts, Straight Road Studio, Suzuki Solutions, Cavalier & Haggh family, Ms. Ikue Belland, Ten no Shima Kai, Stright Road Studio, PCC-Northwest JPN 202 Class members (from SAAJE website).