Saturday, June 28, 2014

Upcoming: Tanabata

Tanabata is nearly here! Wear your favorite yukata, jinbei, or summer kimono (or regular clothes, of course) and come enjoy the Tanabata festival at the Seattle Japanese Garden, July 6th! You can enjoy a tea ceremony, watch traditional performances, and write a wish on a tanzaku paper strip. You may even bring your own origami ornaments from home if you wish to add them to the several bamboo stalks around the garden.

Tanabata, Star Festival, 七夕
Tea Ceremony @ Tanabata, 2013

Sunday, July 6th
Noon - 4:00pm
(or 1:00 - 5:00pm, there is a slight discrepancy on the garden's website. Please call ahead if you need to plan around the event start and end times. (206) 684-4725)

Seattle Japanese Garden
1075 Lake Washington Blvd E
Seattle, Washington 98112

Garden admission: 
Adults 18-64: $6
Youths 6–17, Senior Adults 65+, College students with ID, & Disabled: $4
Children 0-5: FREE

Tea Ceremony:
$7, $5 for youths. Prior registration is required, and reservations go quickly. Tea ceremonies will be held at the 
Shoeian Tea House inside the garden, at 1pm or 2pm. Please try to avoid wearing jeans, rings, fragrances, or bare feet if attending the tea ceremony.

Event Link:

If you'd like to coordinate meeting up with the kimono club, leave a comment below, or come join the discussion on Facebook!

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