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2023 Annual Japanese Fujimatsuri Bazaar Festival (Yummy Japanese Food Booths, Live Taiko, Games, etc.) (Saturday)NEW

2023 Annual Japanese Fujimatsuri Bazaar Festival (Yummy Japanese Food Booths, Live Taiko, Games, etc.) (Saturday)
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Date: Saturday, 6 May, 2023       Time: 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Gardena Buddhist Church
1517 W 166th St.
Gardena, CA 90247
USA


Phone: (310) 327-9400
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Map of Gardena Buddhist Church , 1517 W 166th St.

During the month of May, Gardena Buddhist Church holds their annual Fujimatsuir Bazaar Festival. This event looks like a smaller version of the summer Obon Festival, with many food, games booths, and entertainment. 

The food booth includes tamales with chili, spam musubi, Okinawa Dango, udon, teriyaki chicken and beef, sushi, and drinks. At the entrance is a small plant area. There are several booths for the younger kids, which include fishing, basketball, coin toss, and a bouncer.

Japanese Food, Entertainment, Plants, Games, Handcrafted Goods, Nursery Plants, Taiko, Judo, Hula, Karate, etc.

Please show your support and come out. It's Free.

(Please check back for updates, above may change)

Festival Date
May 6, 2023 - Saturday

Festival Time
11:00 am - 6:00 pm

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Parking
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Cost
Free

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Festiva Location
Gardena Buddhist Church, 1517 W 166th St., Gardena, CA 90247 

Festival Title
Annual Japanese Fujimatsuri Bazaar (Yummy Japanese Food Booths, Live Taiko, Games, etc.) (Saturday)


   

Saturday, 6 May, 2023



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Gardena Buddhist Fujimatsuri Bazaar Festival

Phone: (310) 327-9400

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