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2016 Japanese New Year's Oshogatsu Festival in Little Tokyo (Live Entertainment, Food, Taiko) Weller Court, Japanese Village & Frances Hashimoto PlazaNewly Listed

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Date: Friday, 1 January, 2016       Time: 10:50 am - 3:00 pm
Weller Court (Downtown LA, Little Tokyo)
123 Astronaut E S Onizuka St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Phone: (213) 617-3696

18th Annual Japanese New Year's 2016 Oshogatsu Festival held at downtown Weller Court Shopping Center and Japanese Village Plaza. Japanese art and entertainment will be center stage. The Japanese New Years or "Oshogatsu" is one of the most important celebration for the Japanese.

Japanese Chamber of Commerce of Southern California is hosting Oshogatsu (New Year) Event at Little Tokyo, Los Angeles.

Date
January 1, 2016

Three Different Stage Downtown Los AngelesLocations
1) Weller Court Schedule

10:50 am - 11:30 am: Opening Ceremonies - Weller Court

2) Japanese Village Schedule
11:00 pm - 3:00 pm: Japanese Village Plaza Program

3) Frances Hashimoto Plaza (near Japanese Plaza)
11:00 am - 3:00 pm

Performances
Taiko Drums
Martial Arts performance
Sake Breaking ceremony
Lion Dances
Folk Music and Dance
Japanese Calligraphy
Mochi pounding
Booths: Kite making & Origami teaching
Food booths

Three Locations in Little Tokyo
1) Weller Court Shopping Center
2) Japanese Village Plaza
3) Frances Hashimoto Plaza (near Japanese Plaza)

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Friday, 1 January, 2016

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