was jointly organized by the Japanese Consulate General in Munich, the Japan Club of Munich and the German-Japanese Society in Bavaria. Around the Japanese tea house in the English Garden you could find a mix of clubs, cultural and sporting events and theater performances. In short: Everything that has to do with Japan in general and particularly in the Munich area.
Traditional arts such as ikebana, kendo, bonsai, music as well as modern manga culture. Zen groups, imagine that Japanese board games like Go are shown and demonstrated Japanese martial arts. The art of Japanese swords, ceramics, and Shoji was to be seen. It is also offered of course the opportunity to attend a tea ceremony.
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