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2024 Spring Japanese Festival Celebrates Year of the Dragon (Performances, Food, Dance, Vendors..) Fort Worth Botanic Garden (2 Days)
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Date: Saturday, 20 April, 2024       Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Fort Worth Botanic Japanese Garden
3400 Japanese Garden Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
(817) 392-7665
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Map of Fort Worth Botanic Japanese Garden, 3400 Japanese Garden Blvd.

Plan to attend a family-friendly event in the Fort Worth Botanic Garden with large support from the Fort Worth Japanese Society.

FWBG Members can register for their tickets by visiting this link. FWBG Members must log in to receive discounts. Questions? Contact the membership office at 817-332-7518 or emailing [email protected].

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Spring Festival Date
April 20-21, 2024


Previous Year Schedule

Japanese culture highlights from the Spring Festival will include

• Performances by two Taiko drumming groups, traditional dances, karate 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 anime plush figures, star charts to crafts made with vintage kimonos.
• Food from Asian food trucks preparing delicious meals and snacks, as well as authentic Japanese cuisine prepared by the Fort Worth Japanese Society.
• Experience a traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony, additional fee applies

Time
9:00 am - 5:00 pm (Last admission sold at 3 p.m. daily)


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Japanese Society President Harvey Yamagata says this year’s zodiac symbol represents a new perspective from last year’s Year of the Ox.

The tiger denotes strength, vitality and growth - qualities that will hopefully stand us in good stead as we look to move past the challenges brought by the pandemic,” Yamagata said. “With new growth on trees and shrubs, warmer weather and the chance to be in beautiful outdoor surroundings, the spring festival corresponds nicely with those attributes.”

Festival admission this spring offers a triple benefit, said Executive Vice President Bob Byers. “The large outdoor Stickwork exhibit is still up, waiting for in-and-out discovery and exploration. In addition, David Rogers’ Big Bugs have invaded the Garden on a gargantuan scale and offer a role reversal of dimension and perception.”

Japanese culture highlights from the Spring Festival will include the following
• 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.
• Food from Asian food trucks preparing delicious meals and snacks, as well as authentic Japanese cuisine prepared by the Fort Worth Japanese Society.

Other event details include the following
• Tickets are included with the price of Botanic Garden admission ($12) and can be purchased online or at the door. To purchase tickets, visit: fwbg.org/japanesefestival
• FWBG |BRIT members must apply a promo code at checkout to receive discounts. Questions? Contact the membership office at 817.332.7518.
• Members receive free entry but can register in advance. To become a member, visit fwbg.org/membership

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