Category : Japan

P. Anne Winter writes: This is my third year writing about Japan’s spring festival for Toronto Multicultural Calendar. It probably won’t be my last.

355. Yesterday’s LunarFest at Harbourfront

Many Chinese New Year celebrations are aimed at Toronto’s Chinese. Harbourfront’s LunarFest is for everybody and it’s entirely in English. It’s participatory. You can

354. Spotlight on Japan in Full Samurai Strength

P. Anne Winter writes: Japanophiles can happily become saturated with the flurry of new events added to Spotlight on Japan. Between January 4 and April 25, it has at

350. 2013 Dreams, Suhaag & Kismet Wedding Shows

On February 3 and 10, Toronto will host two more interesting Asian wedding shows respectively, the Suhaag and the Kismet. Each is organized by

349. Mshalale Cheese, Ashta Ice Cream, & Sheesha Water Pipes

Where can you find zaatar in Toronto? My husband’s quest for that Middle Eastern herb mixture led us to Arz. There we found several,

347. Book Tickets Now for Spotlight on Japan

P. Anne Winter writes: Spotlight on Japan is a three-month cultural program, an exciting time for all Japanophiles. It goes from January 19 to

338. Creches from Across the World

St. James Cathedral yearly shows part of its collection of international miniature creches, nativity scenes with baby Jesus, his mother, father, the Wise Men,

326. Toronto’s Free or Nearly-Free Nov. 17-18 Multicultural Weekend

  This weekend, our giant Santa Claus parade marches and waves it way through downtown Toronto. Our 60 ft. (18.29 metre)-high Christmas tree gets

325. Japan’s Road to Kiso: Photographs by Jeff Kucharski

P. Anne Winter writes: Some people have the extraordinarily good fortune to find a second home in far away places. If they are creative

323. The Road to Asia 2012

P. Anne Winter writes about this recent JCCC event I have attended around eight Road to Asia Festivals at the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre