2020 Cherry Blossom Festival: Fort Wayne, Indiana

Cherry Blossom Festival Fort Wayne Indiana is back, and this ever growing festival promises to offer even more entertainment and activities! This Cherry Blossom Festival is one of the largest in the Midwest, and is the largest in the tri-state region of Indiana, Ohio, and Michigan. From cosplay to kimono the festival crowd typically enjoys dressing for this occasion!

Date: May 17th, 2020
Official Site: https://www.cherryblossomfw.com/
Admission: FREE
Address: 900 Library Plz, Fort Wayne, Indiana 46802
Activities & Entertainment: Taiko, cosplay contest, tea ceremony, shopping, bonsai display, and more!

2019 Cherry Blossom Festival Fort Wayne, Indiana

The Cherry Blossom Festival hosted at the Allen County Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana offers an action-packed family-friendly festival event suitable for all ages. This is the 13th year of this festival which is the largest Japanese festival in the region with well over 10,000 attendees.

this event offers a wide range of traditional demonstrations of culture and arts from Japan including tea ceremony, bonsai, taiko, and origami. Pop-culture is also well represented at this event with cosplay being commonplace, and there even being an anime art contest. Bring some cash to this event because

Even though this Cherry Blossom Festival is free to attend it is recommended that attendees bring cash with them to enjoy the shopping market and the food vendors.

Website: www.CherryBlossomFW.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fortwaynecherryblossomfestival/
Date: May 19th, 2019
Time: Noon – 5pm
Location: 900 Library Plaza; Fort Wayne, Indiana 46802
Admission: Free

Cherry Blossom FEstival 2019 in Fort Wayne, Indiana

Japanese Summer Festival 2018

 

The Anderson Japanese Gardens in Rockford, Illinois is hosting their annual Japanese Summer Festival this weekend. On display is a wealth of traditional Japanese culture ranging from ikebana and bonsai, to taiko and calligraphy. These displaces are presented tastefully, and intended to be welcoming to anyone wishing to engage with these arts. Further more, there is limited engagements for tea ceremony.