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Sakura Festival in 2020 will be held on the weekend of 18 & 19 April.
We look forward to seeing you all again!

 

 

Sakura Festival 2019 

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Map download here

 

 

NEWS! (Updated 26th April)

A Chance to win a return ticket to Tokyo!

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Sakura Festival lottery tickets will be sold on Saturday, 27th April.
Lottery will be sold next to the Bazaar (map number 28) . Sale starts from 10:30 am.
Winning numbers will be drawn at 14:00 on the Main Stage. 1st and 2nd prizes will be annonced and handed to the winners on Main Stage.

50 kr per ticket. 1 person can buy up to 5 tickets. We accept cash only. (No MobilePay)

3rd and 4th prize numbers will be announced on Main Stage. Prizes will be given at the Information Tent next to the Main stage from 14:15 until 15:30.

1st prize x 1 : Flight ticket Copenhagen – Tokyo (via Helsinki) sponsored by Japan Air Lines and JTB Denmark

2nd prize x 1: Matcha Tea Kit sponsored by Sing Tehus

3rd prize x 10 : UNIQLO Japanese motif T shirts sponsored by UNIQLO

4th prize x 20: Kirin Beer Sakura print T shirts sponsored by KIRIN Europe

 

From Sakura Festival Committee:

The 12th Copenhagen Sakura Festival will be held on 27 & 28 April, and everybody who would like to experience Japanese culture, taste Japanese food, and celebrate the arrival of the spring time is welcome to join!

Sakura Festival is organised by a non-profit association, Copenhagen Sakura Festival Committee, with many help of volunteers and generous donation and support by sponsor organisations.

Without the help of the volunteers and sponsors, we cannot continue the festival year after year. We would like to express our sincere gratitude to those who help out every year and to the precious sponsors.

We are also open to new collaboration ideas as well as sponsorship in order to continue the festival for many more years.

If you are interested in supporting the festival or being a new sponsor of the festival, please contact us. (Contact Information at the bottom of the website.)

For those who come to the festival, please note that Sakura Festival is proud to be one of the most “clean” festivals in Denmark.

It is indispensable that everybody who participate and visit the festival bring back their own garbage and even to clean up around you as you leave. Japanese way!

You are welcome to pack your own garbage bag or two together with your picnic set. 🙂

NEWS (updated 10 April, 2109)

Daikagura Performance

Ryo Kasai from Osaka, Japan will be visiting Sakura Festival and show off his Daikagura (Japanese street performance)  skills on main stage from 12:45- Saturday, and from 12:00- Sunday.

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NEWS (updated 2 April, 2109)

Japanese Shiatsu Trial

We welcome Zen Shiatsu group led by instructor, Ms. Masami Fujisaki from Japan again this year at Sakura Festival!

They will be demonstrating and offering trial shiatsu massage, Saturday between 13:50 – 14:30 & Sunday between 12:30 – 13:30 at the event stage on the plateau area.

“Shiatsu is a manipulative therapy which was born in Japan in ancient times, and has been developed as a home remedy originally.  Zen Shiatsu is based on the theory of Oriental Medicine and uses Shiatsu techniques, and is composed especially for the purpose of curing sick people and managing health care.”

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(English) https://www.facebook.com/zshiatsu.tokyo/

(Japanese) http://www.zshiatsu.net/

KAKEJIKU – art Workshop by ASOBO Lab

Let’s make a scroll calligraphy/painting – write and draw “sakura” with black ink and brush.

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Make a calligraphy piece and mounting it on a hanging scroll.

Write “Sakura” = cherry in kanji or hiragana or draw cherry flowers on calligraphy paper.

Instructed by CHIAKI, visual artist

Saturday 13:00 – 13:50 & Sunday 11:00 – 12:00 at Event Stage up on the plateau. (We have spaces for 25 participants each day.)

For all ages 6+

Material fee: 60 kr per person

The event is organised by Asobolab:    http://asobolab.net/

Buyo Performance by Chihoco Yanagi

Chihoco Yanagi from Berlin will perform Japanese traditional dance on Saturday 14:15 – 15:15 & on Sunday 12:45 – 13:15 on main stage.

“I have learned traditional Japanese dance since 6 years old. Since 2016 Í have lived in Berlin, Germany. With my performances I would like to introduce the beauty of Japanese traditional art and spirit all over the world. I really hope you will enjoy my performance and Japanese culture.”

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Facebook  :   https://www.facebook.com/yanagichihoco/

YouTube: Chihoco Yanagi

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