盆踊り Bon Odori
Bon Odori Festival is held annually at Kompleks Sukan Negara Shah Alam (Panasonic). The Bon Odori celebration in Malaysia is an effort to promote and strengthen cultural ties between Malaysia and Japan. It is estimated that every year more than 30,000 people participated in the celebration. We welcome you to take this chance to join us and immerse yourself in the Japanese culture.
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|16:30 Gates Open|
|19:00 Opening – Drum Performance by Japanese School Students|
|19:10 Opening Address by the Organizing Chairman|
|19:15 Bon Odori Dance – Part 1|
|19:45 Dance Performance by Japanese Hogaku Association|
|20:00 Bon Odori Dance – Part 2|
|20:30 Guest Drum Performance “WaDaiko” / Selangor Cultural Dance|
|21:00 Bon Odori Dance – Part 3|
|21:30 Closing – Drum Performance by Japanese School Students and Closing Address|
和 菓 子
W A G A S H I
Traditional Japanese Confectionery
Wagashi are traditional Japanese confectionery that are often served with tea, especially the types made of mochi, anko (azuki bean paste), and fruits. In Japan, sweets play an essential role in seasonal and traditional events, representing prayers for health, bountiful harvests and prosperity, as well as providing a sense of the season.
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