Japantown San Jose - San Jose Arts and Community

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San Jose Japantown
THINGS TO DO IN JAPANTOWN
Japantown San Jose
Drummin' with San Jose Taiko!
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Sing your karaoke heart out at Bamboo 7
Japantown San Jose
Fuel Up at Roy's Station!
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Stretch out with Live Lotus!
UPCOMING EVENTS
Japantown San Jose
EVERY SUNDAY!
JAPANTOWN FARMER'S MARKET

The Japantown Farmer's Market is held every Sunday, rain or shine, 8:00 am - 12 noon. Right now there're still grapes and dried fruit, vegetables, many varieties of eggplant, many varieties of Asian greens, peanuts, almonds, cucumbers, potatoes, persimmons, sunflowers, tomatoes, squash, green...

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SATURDAY - AUGUST 27, 2016
JAZZKATSU EVENING FOR KUMAMOTO

Please join the JazzKatsu committee, JAMsj and Wesley UMC as we get together under the evening skies to enjoy great Jazz, food, beer and wine in support of Kumamoto earthquake relief efforts. Objective: To help raise funds for Kumamoto earthquake victims and their families. When: Saturday,...

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FRIDAY - SEPTEMBER 9, 2016
JTOWN ART WALK

Art - Live Music - Extended...

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SATURDAY - SEPTEMBER 10, 2016
MIDORI KAI ARTS AND CRAFTS BOUTIQUE

September 10, 2016 9 am to 4 pm Mountain View Buddhist Temple 575 N Shoreline Blvd. Mountain View, CA Enjoy hand crafted jewelry, clothing, pottery, gifts, Asian foods, and entertainment. As a non-profit corporation, Midori Kai, Inc. reserves 100% of the profits from the boutique for...

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THURSDAY - SEPTEMBER 15, 2016
SAKE WALK

Thursday, September 15, 2016, 6pm - 9pm The Sake Walk was created beyond the idea of sampling sake, but rather to provide the outlet for our community to come together. Explore the unique boutique shops, art studios, and great restaurants within the community, all while sipping on great sake...

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SATURDAY - SEPTEMBER 17, 2016
OKINAWAN AMERICA: PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE

Many Japanese Americans today trace their roots to migrant laborers from Okinawa. But did you know many of these Okinawan immigrants to the mainland U.S. and Hawaii might not have even considered themselves to be Japanese? In fact, for most of the nineteenth century, Okinawa was the independent...

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