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Higashi Honganji Obon Festival – LA, 7/30/11-7/31/11

Higashi Honganji Obon Festival

“OBON is a traditional event to honor and express gratitude to the spirits of our ancestors, those before us who provided us with the gift of life.

The Obon Festival is held as a celebration of the return of the spirits of our ancestors. The festival features delicious food, games, farmers market, flower market, tea ceremony demonstrations, traditional Bon Odori Dancing, and taiko drummers, musical groups, and plenty of entertainment all day.

Entertainment – The 2011 entertainment lineup will include happyfunsmile, Local Mojo, hereandnow, TAIKOPROJECT and many others.

Saturday, July 30
MC – Shin Ito
2:00 Ryukyukoku Matsuri Daiko
2:30 Fujima Kansei Odori Kai
3:00 hereandnow
4:15 Bodhi Tree
5:00 Bombu/Kitsune Taiko
6:00 Manto-e Service
6:15 happyfunsmile
6:30 Bon Odori

Sunday, July 31
MC – Shin Ito
Guest MC – Rodney Kageyama
1:30 Gwendolyn Band
2:00 Kinnara Taiko
2:30 Lumbini Child Development
3:00 Local Mojo
4:00 Higashi Zumba Demo
4:20 Somen Eating Contest
4:30 Bombu/Kitsune Taiko
5:30 happyfunsmile
6:00 Manto-e Service
6:30 Bon Odori”

  • WHERE: Higashi Honganji Buddhist Temple
    505 E. Third St.
    Los Angeles, CA 90013
  • WHEN: Saturday/Sunday, 7/30/11-7/31/11, 12pm (noon)-9pm
  • MORE INFO: http://hhbt-la.org/?p=992

Workshop: Korean Tea Ceremony and Traditional Etiquette – LA, 6/25/11

Korean Tea Ceremony

“The Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles (KCCLA) is having a special workshop of the “Korean Tea Ceremony and Traditional Etiquette” hosted by the Korean Tea Ritual Association of Los Angeles. In this workshop, participants will learn history, types and kinds of tea and more. The proper Korean etiquette of drinking tea will also be demonstrated.

English translation will be provided through out this event.

Seats are limited. Reservation is essential.”

  • WHERE: Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles 3rd Fl. Ari Hall
    5505 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036
  • WHEN: Saturday, 6/25/11, 11am-1pm
  • HOW MUCH: Unknown; call (323)936-3015