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2013 LA Japan Fair (2 Days) - OC Fairgrounds - Orange County Special

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Date: Saturday, 12 October, 2013       Time: 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
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Orange County Fairgrounds
88 Fair Drive
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

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Our origin goes back two years ago to 2009. We are a company that was created from an organization called Orange Business Network where Japanese and Nikkei business men based in Orange County, California in 2009 gathered together. This organization focuses on Japanese business men with the purpose of sponsoring mutual support, exchanging of information and various study groups. This organization also started transmitting Japanese technology and culture to America by breaking down the bubble and overcame the effects of the recession back in November of 2009. The OC Japan Street Fair 2009 was planned and held under the theme of summoning the energy of Japanese people living in America and Japanese Americans and had roughly 10,000 spectators while in 2010, under the same theme, was able to gather 12,000 attendees. In 2011, with the volunteer members of the Orange business network, we began running as a formal event planner and management company and started further developing the events planned thus far and know-how of management as well as aiming to cooperate in various events in the Japanese community.

Activities in 2011 started with the Earthquake charity concert that was held on April 1st, the Japanese Sake gathering scheduled to be held in July, OC Japan Fair 2011 in September and has continued on with the San Diego Japan Fair set for May 2012. A company that develops business as a Japanese event planning and management firm that not only involves Japanese American mass media, community newspapers and various Japanese organizations but also US based organizations as well.

While focusing on Japanese business men, the purpose of our organization is sponsoring mutual support, exchanging of information and various study groups. In November of 2009, this organization started transmitting Japanese technology and culture to America by breaking down the bubble and overcame the effects of the recession. The OC Japan Street Fair 2009 was planned and held under the theme of summoning the energy of Japanese people living in America and Japanese Americans and had roughly 10,000 spectators while in 2010, under the same theme, was able to gather 12,000 attendees. In 2011, with the volunteer members of the Orange business network, we began running as a formal event planner and management company and started further developing the events planned thus far and know-how of management as well as aiming to cooperate in various events in the Japanese community.

Past Events
2000: Eikichi Yazawa U.S. tour -- Los Angeles, San Francisco, New YOrk
2001: Interview with Spielberg and Noriko Fujiwara for Opening Commemoration of Universal Studios Japan
2003: Ikkoku-Dou U.S. Live (Los Angeles, San Diego, Seattle, Chicago, Detriot, Boston, New York)
2009: HOUND DOG Concert in Hawai, Las Vegas, Los angeles
2009: Masayuki Imai public performance in Los Angeles, Seattle, San Diego, San Francisco, New York, Boston, Chicago
2011: Nakano Sun Plaza Support Tohoku Charity Live
2012: Japan Day held at Dodgers Stadium #1 Attendance for the year of 2012

Others
Moroboshi (Hikaru Genji) Las Vegas Fan Club Tour Live
Yoshimoto Kogyo Co., Ltd. Los Angeles Public Performance (Coordinate)
Saori Yuki & Sachiko Yasuda Live in San Francisco & Los Angeles
Yoichi Sugawara Los Angeles concert, Tokiko Kato Los Angeles concert
OC Japan Fair 2009
OC Japan Fair 2010
OC Japan Fair 2011
2011 Sake Tasting
OC Japan Fair 2012
SD Japan Fair 2012
Dogers Studium Japan Day
etc.

Admission Fee
1-day pass $5
2-day pass $8

Saturday, 12 October, 2013

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