Japanese culture first festival to be held in Norilsk
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Japanese culture first festival to be held in Norilsk

September 14, 2021

Everyone is invited to taste traditional dishes of the land of the rising sun and take picturesque photos.

#ARCTIC. #SIBERIA. THIS IS TAIMYR. On Saturday, September 18, Norilsk will host the Sinai festival of Japanese culture for the first time. The event was organized within the framework of the Creative Industries Academy, which was opened last year at the Norilsk Development Agency.

The organizer of the festival, Svetlana Streltsova, told that the townspeople will be able to get acquainted with both traditional and modern Japan. In the traditional part of the festival guests will find a pottery workshop, sand painting, manga art, Japanese martial arts and, of course, a tea ceremony.

In the modern part of the festival Norilsk people will be able to taste traditional Japanese dishes, take photographs at the colorful installations and much more.

“My team has been preparing for the festival for about eight months. A rich and interesting program has been prepared. We already have plans for the next year: we can say that within the framework of the first festival we are building the city of Sinai, it will remain for next year, but we want to add interactions”, the interlocutor shared.

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Text: Ekaterina Elkanova

September 14, 2021

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