Join us for a Spring Celebration honoring the beautiful Japanese culture and music on the newly finished Green. Enjoy a Japaneses singer, Tsugaru Shamisen Player, Ikebana (Flower) Arrangement Demonstration, Harp & Koto Players, and Taiko Drummers. Bring a chair or a blanket, sit on the grass, or find a nice seat on our newly finished Green and enjoy the show. Also, enjoy a special event menu from Kabuki Japanese Restaurant before or after the event. Details below.
SPRING TIME IN JAPAN
Spring in Japan is from March to May. The cherry blossoms, known in Japan as sakura, are usually only in full bloom for around one week. For many Japanese, the blooming of the cherry blossom trees symbolizes human life, transience and nobleness. The Japanese love to celebrate and cherish the cherry blossoms trees during the limited flowering period and many people hold ‘flower watching’ parties known as hanami. You cannot travel to Japan in spring without appreciating the beauty of the sakura and experiencing a hanami party for yourself!
Taiko Performance: 1 - 1:25 PM
Harp & Koto Performance: 1:30 - 1:55 PM
Ikebana (Flower) Demonstration: 2 - 2:25 PM
Tsugaru Shamisen Performace: 2:30 - 2:55 PM
Japanese Singer: 3 - 3:30 PM
KABUKI SPECIAL MENU
Garden Roll | 13
Tempura Crunch Roll with salmon and tuna sashimi, garnished with greens and edible flowers
Rosé Currants | 6
Rosé champagne martini and rossi, crème de framboise, lavender bitters
Location: The newly finished Green (formally the Amphitheater) in front of Century Theater.
Parking: The best place to park is the structure located next to Costco. You can access the parking structure off Center Ave when exiting the 405 North or heading South on Beach Blvd. Walk towards Century Theater and the event will be in front on the new grassy area.
ABOUT THE PERFORMERS