Canterbury Japan Day is an annual event organised by The Japanese Society of Canterbury with the aim of sharing authentic Japanese culture with Cantabrians. In 2018 it will take place from 9.30am to 4.30pm on Sunday 4 March at Riccarton Park, 165 Racecourse Road.
The theme this year is the Japanese Summer. The venue will be filled with decorations relating to Tanabata - The Summer Star Festival. There will be stalls, indoor events, an anime cosplay cafe and outdoor events.
- Like Canterbury Japan Day on Facebook to find out more.
- Subscribe to the Canterbury Japan Day 2018 Facebook event.
- Visit our page on Canterbury Japan Day to explore our Japanese resources.
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- Find out more about our Japanese resources in our page on Canterbury Japan Day.
- Find Japanese comics and anime in the library collection.
The history of Canterbury Japan Day
The inaugural Canterbury Japan Day was held on 11 March 2012 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Japanese Society of Canterbury and the 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations between New Zealand and Japan. It also marked the anniversary of the 2011 East Japan earthquake and tsunami.