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Japan House’s fifth annual Holiday Bazaar is December 16-17

On December 16-17, Japan House will host their annual Holiday Bazaar, the fifth installment of this event.

Check out the information below, and take a look back at August’s Matsuri Festival.

5th Annual Japan House Holiday Bazaar

Saturday, December 16, 2017, 11am to 5 pm
Sunday, December 17, 2017, 11 am to 4 pm

Mottainai is a Japanese word meaning ‘what a waste’ or ‘don’t waste’ and is a treasured Japanese concept. So we say mottainai to you, and encourage you to renew and refresh your household by donating items you don’t need. Please consider donating any Asian related or influenced objects (or those of other cultures) that you no longer use. We would love to have them, as this event supports the Japan House Internship Program, that is so essential to our programming.

The Bazaar is packed with an incredible array of goods, featuring items such as Asian pottery, kimonos, origami, handmade crafts, traditional American quilts, scrolls, books, prints, tea equipment, jewelry, gift certificates and more!

The bazaar is free and open to all. We accept cash, check, and all major credit cards.

Executive Editor

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