Category : Japan

295. Toronto’s Japanese J-Town Mall

P. Anne Winter writes about our only Japanese mall. I recently had the pleasure of introducing Ruth to J-Town. We had such fun. Even

292. Aug. 9-12, 2012 Weekend Events in Affordable Multicultural Toronto.

  Wow.  How can anyone possibly choose what to do from this weekend’s amazing variety of free or nearly-free events? And all of them

283. Japan’s Natsu Matsuri & Obon Festivals in Toronto.

P. Anne Winter writes about this unique and highly recommended annual summer event.   Please save Saturday July 14 for this free combined event

267. This weekend in Multicultural Toronto.

  This coming weekend May 25-27, there’s Doors Open, an opportunity to visit any of 135 buildings including a Turkish mosque, an exquisite Tibetan

266. Japan’s Tomasaburo Bando Poster Exhibit Ends Soon

P. Anne Winter writes about the famous Japanese onnagata actor. The free poster exhibit at the Japanese Foundation on Japan’s living cultural icon Tomasaburo

265. Multicultural Doors Open

  Saturday, May 26 and Sunday, May 27. 12-5pm. Some buildings close earlier. Over 135 buildings in the GTA are open to the public

262. Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre Bazaar, a Report

P. Anne Winter writes about this recent JCCC event As I’ve known from previous bazaars, this one earlier this month started with a line-up

261. Traditional Japanese Puppets in Toronto

P. Anne Winter writes about the Hachioji Kuruma Ningyo Puppets.  Even though it was outside our usual free or nearly free guidelines, I decided

  P. Anne Winter writes about this annual bazaar. This wonderful event on May 5 can be full of surprises. You can find real

I finally had a chance to catch the moving posters of many of Tamasaburo’s fine performances at the Japan Foundation. What a treat! As