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Traditional Japanese Tea Gathering: First Voice of Spring Tea (Durham, NC)

Pottery Exhibition - Seagrove, NC Saturday, February 28, 2015
10:45 AM to 12:00 PM and
1:00 PM to 2:15 PM
Sarah P. Duke Gardens
420 Anderson Street
Durham, NC 27705
(919) 684-3698

Join us for a moment of respite in the Duke Gardens teahouse, where you will experience the warmth of a traditional Japanese tea gathering. Enjoy the aesthetics, poetry and serenity of this rich tradition over an enticing bowl of whisked green tea and a Japanese confection. Guests will meet at the Doris Duke Center to be escorted to the teahouse for these intimate gatherings.

Participant limit: 10. $40; $30 Gardens members & Duke students/staff. For more information please visit Sarah P. Duke Gardens.

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to Mar 1

Kami-Kan: Season 7 (Birmingham, AL)

Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex
2100 Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd N.
Birmingham, AL 35203

Kami-Con is an anime convention that was founded at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, AL hosted by the student organization, The Bama SoS Brigade! Kami-Con has since moved to the BJCC in Birmingham, AL to accommodate growth.

We also pride ourselves greatly on our story and our two congirls, Shio and Kosho!

Kami-Con derived its name from The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya. This connection has also carried over to the name of the student organization that plans and runs Kami-Con, known as The Bama SoS Brigade.

For more information please visit Kami-Con.

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12:30 PM12:30

JETAASE 2015 Shinnenkai / Annual Planning Meeting

JETAASE 2015 ShinenkaiJETAASE invites JET alumni, friends, and families to attend the 2015 Shinnenkai / Annual Planning Meeting! At this annual event, we will discuss future goals, events, and plans for our Southeast chapter.

In a change from previous years, the 2015 Shinnenkai will be held on January 31st 2015 at 1:00 PM. The venue location is Nori Nori. See below for more details:

To RSVP, sign-up via the Google form (see link below).

Each attendee will pay for the cost of his or her meal at the venue.

JETAASE will provide a small meal discount for members and award door prizes.

Date: Saturday January 31st, 2015
Time: 1:00 PM
Location: Nori Nori
Address: Sandy Springs Crossing, 6690 Roswell Road, Sandy Springs, GA 30328
TEL: (404) 257-1288
***RSVP Link***

Mark the event in your Google Calendar by clicking here: Google Calendar link.

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7:00 PM19:00

Asian Hot Pots Warm the Soul with Chef Sean Higashida

Japanese Hot Pot Dishes and Mongolian Too

The weather is getting colder and it is time to make some heartwarming fare to enjoy with family and friends. In the Far East folks gather around the table on a cold day with a steaming delicious broth. With a variety of meats and vegetables and a bit of knowhow, all enjoy cooking their meal right at the table. Come join Chef Sean as he teaches you secrets to great broth and how and what to prepare for the table.

  • Chanko Nabe, "anything goes" pot
  • Miso Chirinabe (Miso broth seafood hot pot)
  • Mongolian Hot Pot

Class fee is $35

(Includes a $ 10 BHFM Gift Card)

Event Location: Buford Highway Farmers Market
5600 Buford Highway
Doraville, GA 30340

Contact: Bill Schroeder
Buford Highway Farmers Market


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12:30 PM12:30

Nippon Club of the Triangle Shinnenkai (Durham, NC)

Nippon Club of the Triangle ShinnenkaiDate: Sunday, January 18, 2015
Time: 1pm - 4pm (check-in starts at 12:30pm)
Location: Sarah P. Duke Gardens (426 Anderson St., Durham)
Cost: $40/person in advance

New Years is an especially spiritual time of the year for Japanese. In order to celebrate and share in the spirit of this event, we will hold a traditional Japanese New Year's Celebration, called a "Shin-nen-Kai" among the members of the Japan-related Organizations of the Triangle Area.

We plan to include elements of traditional customs and rituals that signify the Japanese New Year. Food will be served in a buffet style.

Register by January 11th, by email to or phone 919-787-6233 (Rocky Iwashima). To volunteer, contact us at

For more information, please visit
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to Jan 31

Exhibition: Japanese Pottery - The Rising Generation From Traditional Japanese Kilns (Demorest, GA)

Japanese Pottery ExhibitionDecember 1, 2014 - January 31, 2015
Mason-Scharfenstein Museum of Art
Piedmont College
567 Georgia Street
Demorest, GA 30535

Japan has traditionally produced a large amount of ceramic works. This exhibition introduces outstanding works by young artists who are carrying on the kiln tradition in areas with distinctive styles such as Arita and Karatsu, Hagi, Bizen, Kyoto, Kutani, Seto and Mino, and Mashiko.

For more information please visit Piedmont College.
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10:00 AM10:00

Mobile International Festival (Mobile, AL)

Mobile International Film FestivalSaturday, November 22, 2014
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Mobile Civic Center and Expo Hall
401 Civic Center Drive
Mobile, AL 36602

The Mobile International Festival has announced "Let The Games Begin" as the theme of the 31st Annual Mobile International Festival.

Festival members will focus on this year's theme through representation of games that are native to their countries. Whether a board game, play-yard game, or native sport, festival attendees will have the opportunity to test their strategy and skill at games from over 70 countries.

"Our focus this year is on the word GAMES. Members will demonstrate and share a game that originated in their native country," said Bobbie Bayne, Executive Director. "Booths will highlight a favorite homeland game and how those games utilize math and strategic thinking as part of the Mobile International Festival's dedication to STEM."

In 2012, the Mobile International Festival proudly added S.T.E.M (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math), as a key portion of their education program. In an effort to keep pace with an ever-changing world, Festival members and sponsors bring awareness to the STEM fields of study by placing an emphasis on STEM in their exhibits in a way that demonstrates real world applications from a global perspective.

For more information, please visit Mobile International Festival or contact:
Bobbie Bayne, Executive Director
(251) 208-1555
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7:30 PM19:30

Japan Foundation Film Series (Atlanta, GA): Someday (ŌSHIKAMURA SŌDŌKI)

Japan Foundation Film SeriesEmory University
White Hall 205
301 Dowman Drive
Atlanta, GA 30322

Friday, November 21, 2014 at 7:30 pm
2011, 93 min. 35mm

An ensemble comedy that focuses on the mountain village of Ōshika in Nagano Prefecture. Inspired by a local kabuki tradition, passed down over 300 years, the film warmly portrays the joys and sorrows of the villagers. The project was the brainchild of lead actor Harada Yoshio, who passed away in July of 2011 soon after the film was released in Japan. Zen (Harada), who runs an eatery serving venison dishes in Ōshika Village at the foot of the Southern Alps, is also a top-billed star in the local kabuki scene. One day in autumn as the villagers prepare to put on a show, Zen is thrown for a loop when he is visited by his wife Takako (Okusu Michiyo) and his childhood friend Osamu (Kishibe Ittoku), who eloped together eighteen years earlier.

Events Open To All
Cost: Free, No Ticket Required
Contact Name: Maureen Downs
Contact Phone: 404-727-6761
Contact email:

For more information please visit Emory University.
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to Mar 29

Water and Shadow: Kawase Hasui and Japanese Landscape Prints (Richmond, VA)

Water and ShadowNovember 15, 2014 - March 29, 2015
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
200 N. Boulevard
Richmond, VA 23220

This exhibition presents a visually compelling selection of Japanese woodblock prints - as well as paintings and didactic material - that explores the dynamic early work of Japanese landscape artist Kawase Hasui (1883-1957). Through the work of Hasui, the exhibition explores the themes of nostalgia and longing - the search for individual and national identity in Japan during the early Taisho period, an era of dizzying social and cultural change.

It presents the best work of one of Japan's modern masters, featuring high quality objects that are compelling visually, often rare, and broadly resonant. The core themes of this art - the exploration of the native landscape and the discovery of a new urban beauty in response to the anonymity of modern life - are as relevant to American audiences now as they were to Japan in the 1920s.

For more information please visit VMFA.

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to Mar 29

Miwako Nishizawa: Twelve Views of Virginia (Richmond, VA)

Miwako NishizawaNovember 15, 2014 - March 29, 2015
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
200 N. Boulevard
Richmond, VA 23220

Miwako Nishizawa is a California-based Japanese-American artist specializing in the traditional shin-hanga Japanese woodblock technique that revitalized the ukiyo-e tradition in early 20th century Japan. As part of their interest in the work of shin-hanga artist Kawase Hasui, collectors René and Carolyn Balcer commissioned Nishizawa to execute "Twelve Views of Virginia" in the shin-hanga style. This exhibition uses working drawings and artist proofs from the series to demonstrate the technique. These will be exhibited at the same time as a large exhibition of works by Hasui in the Evans Court Gallery.

For more information please visit VMFA.

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6:00 PM18:00

2014 JET Program Welcome Back Reception

Consulate General of Japan in Atlanta

Dear Friends:

It is my pleasure to invite you to a Welcome Back Reception and Networking Event for Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program participants who completed their contracts in 2014.

This event will take place at my residence, located at 265 Blackland Road, Atlanta, GA 30342-4048, at 6:00 pm on Friday, November 14, 2014. The keynote speaker will be Mr. Packy Bannevans, Group Leader at Mitsui Plastics, Inc. and a former JET Program participant. Representatives from Japanese recruiting firms based in Atlanta will also be available for networking and to provide job search guidance.

A follow-up email will be sent regarding parking instructions at a later date. Attire for the evening is business casual. Kindly RSVP by Friday, November 7, 2014 by emailing or calling 404-926-3020.

Unfortunately, due to limited capacity, I am afraid we cannot accommodate guests.

I look forward to seeing you there.


Kazuo Sunaga
Consul General of Japan
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3:00 PM15:00

Professional & Career Development Seminar

Professional and Career DevelopmentThe Japan-America Society of Georgia, JET Alumni Association of the Southeast (JETAASE), and Pasona NA, Inc. present a professional & career development seminar to explore the key elements of career planning and achieving your professional goals. This event also features a panel discussion by representatives from Japanese and American companies who will discuss advice and suggestions on landing your dream job and advancing your career.

Friday, November 14, 2014
3:00pm – Registration Opens
3:30pm – Presentation & Panel
5:00pm – Network Reception
5:30pm – Close

Baker Donelson: Monarch Plaza, 3141 Peachtree Rd NE #1600, Atlanta, GA 30305 (404) 577-6000

Main Topics:
  • Current Hiring Trends of Employers
  • Resume Writing
  • Best Interview Practices
  • Effective Use of Career Planning Resources
  • Refining Your Networking Skills
  • Setting Personal and Professional Goals

This Event is Perfect For…

  • People interested in the JET Program
  • People taking the JLPT Japanese Proficiency Test
  • Businessmen and women seeking new opportunities at Japanese and/or American companies
  • People seeking to work in Japanese companies or students learning Japanese who want to apply their language skills to a professional career in a Japan-related field
  • People who are planning or want to work in Japan

  • Registration:

    Registration Deadline: Thursday, November 13, 2014
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9:00 AM09:00

FloridaCon: FREE Art & Cosplay Event

FloridaCon Art Cosplay Event Hosting by FloridaCosplay.Org and Princess Sara at Ichimura!

••• The Entire Day is FREE to the public.

Join us From 9:00am to 6:00pm
Sunday, Nov 9 2014.
At : Miami Friends of the Japanese Garden / Ichimura Japanesse Ichimura Miami Japanese Garden

**Our address is:
Ichimura Miami Japan Garden
1101 MacArthur Causeway Watson Island Miami 33132

*** Learn Ikebana, the Japanese Art of Flower arrangement from Grand Master Mieko Kubota. Enjoy Japanese games, arts and crafts at the Children’s Corner all day. Authentic Japanese music by Ms. Ellen Ogihara on violin and Yoshiko Taiko Dojo drummers. Much more!

*** Canvas Art , Comic Artist, Paints , Vendors , Food, Shows , Cosplay Fashion show, Anime Cosplay Costume Contest and more.

Hikari Hart Will have a Kingdom Hearts II Panel

* This Event Is Hosting || Magazine Founder Of Florida Cosplay /Sara L Comettant

This event is made possible with the support of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs.

***Parking: Public parking across the street from the Garden or in the JUNGLE ISLAND parking garage, only $5.00 with FJG Parking pass, available at the Garden entrance. The Garden entrance is across from the Marina. Follow the signs...
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to Nov 16

Madama Butterfly - The Atlanta Opera (Atlanta, GA)

Madam Butterfly in Atlanta Saturday, November 08, 2014 at 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, November 11, 2014 at 7:30 p.m.
Friday, November 14, 2014 at 8:00 p.m.
Sunday, November 16, 2014 at 3:00 p.m.

Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre 2800 Cobb Galleria Parkway Atlanta, GA 30339 770-916-2800 main

For more than a century, audiences have been moved by Puccini's haunting story of passion, honor, and sacrifice. The tragic tale of lovely Butterfly touches us all, as she experiences a metamorphosis from trusting girl in love to grown woman faced with dismal choices.

Fresh from her triumphant role debut at English National Opera, Russian-American soprano Dina Kuznetsova sings the title role and tenor Adam Diegel debuts as the faithless B.F. Pinkerton. Debut artist Nina Yoshida Nelsen sings Butterfly's devoted servant Suzuki, and baritone Corey McKern performs the role of Sharpless, the American consul.

Music Director Arthur Fagen conducts this extraordinary new production, directed by Atlanta Opera General & Artistic Director Tomer Zvulun. The evocative sets are designed by Erhard Rom with lighting by Robert Wierzel.

For more information please visit The Atlanta Opera.
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to Nov 9

Nekocon (Hampton, VA)

Friday, November 7 - Sunday, November 9, 2014
Hampton Roads Convention Center
1610 Coliseum Drive
Hampton, VA 23666

Nekocon is an annual three day anime convention. It is Virginia's oldest anime convention. The convention typically offers art shows, artist's alley, autograph sessions, card game tournaments, concerts, costume competition, dances, dealer's room, fashion show, karaoke contests, kimono/tea ceremony workshop, maid cafe, music video contest, panels, Q&A sessions, role playing, tabletop games, vendors, video game tournaments, video rooms, and workshops.

For more information please visit Nekocon.
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to Nov 9

International Career Forum in Boston

Large Career Forum with participating companies from all different industries, including 80 companies requiring just business level Japanese and 12 companies looking for only conversational Japanese speakers such as:

  • All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd.
  • Amazon Japan
  • Disney Worldwide Services, Inc.
  • Don Quijote Co., Ltd.
  • Expedia, Inc.
  • Fast Retailing Co., Ltd.(Uniqlo)
  • Goldman Sachs
  • Hitachi, Ltd.
  • Line Corporation
  • NTT Docomo, Inc.
  • Rakuten
  • Softbank Group
  • Sony Corporation
  • Suntory Holdings Limited
  • Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd.

and many more.

Registration and attendance is free.

More information on the Boston Career Forum is available at:
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5:30 PM17:30

The Japan-America Society of Georgia Young Professionals Halloween Party

The Japan-America Society of Georgia Young Professionals Halloween Party

RSVP Required at

5:30 p.m. ~ Dinner at Sushi Avenue (131 Sycamore Street, Decatur, GA 30030).

7:15 p.m. ~ Decatur Ghost Tour (Bandstand behind the Old Courthouse, 101 East Court Square Decatur GA 30030) (meet up & check in), Price $15

10:00 p.m. ~ Nijikai Halloween Party: Karaoke Melody: 5979 Buford Highway A11, Atlanta, GA 30340.

Costumes encouraged, but not required!

The Japan-America Society of Georgia
3121 Maple Drive, Suite 224
Atlanta, GA 30305
404-842-1400 TEL
404-842-1415 FAX
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10:00 AM10:00

Japanese Arts & Culture Festival (Ball Ground, GA)

Japanese Arts and Culture Festival Saturday, November 1 - Sunday, November 2, 2014
Gibbs Gardens
1987 Gibbs Drive
Ball Ground, GA 30107

Enjoy Japanese traditional and folk dancing, live music, tea ceremonies, kimono dressing, taiko drum dancing, shinkendo (swordsmanship), kyudo (archery), martial arts, ikebana, origami, bonsai and much more. Authentic Japanese food service by Kotobuki Japanese Restaurant.

For more information please visit Gibbs Gardens.

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to Dec 13

"My Mount Fuji" Drawing Contest

My Mount Fuji Drawing Contest

Submission Deadline December 19, 2014

Calling all artists! The Consulate General of Japan in Atlanta is now accepting submissions for this year's Drawing Contest for K - 12 students living in Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia.

Send in your artwork with the Drawing Contest Entry Form for a chance to have it posted on the Consulate's official website and to win prizes!

Drawing Contest Guidelines
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10:00 AM10:00

Japanese Arts & Culture Festival (Ball Ground, GA)

Japanese Arts and Culture Festival Saturday, October 25 - Sunday, October 26
Gibbs Gardens
1987 Gibbs Drive
Ball Ground, GA 30107

Enjoy Japanese traditional and folk dancing, live music, tea ceremonies, kimono dressing, taiko drum dancing, shinkendo (swordsmanship), kyudo (archery), martial arts, ikebana, origami, bonsai and much more. Authentic Japanese food service by Kotobuki Japanese Restaurant.

For more information please visit Gibbs Gardens.

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7:30 PM19:30

Film: "Abacus and Sword (Bushi No Kakeibo)" (Atlanta, GA)

Abacus and Sword Friday, October 17, 2014
7:30 pm
White Hall 208
301 Dowman Drive
Atlanta, GA 30322

A film adaptation of the book by Isoda Michifumi, which paints a picture of life in the final days of the Tokugawa shogunate, based on painstaking analysis of the household accounts left behind by a low ranking samurai. Director Morita Yoshimitsu (FAMILY GAME), known for eclectic work in a wide range of genres, portrays the inner workings of a samurai household fighting to tighten its finances in this compassionate historical drama. The Inoyama family has been in the service of the Kaga clan as expert accountants. The eighth head of the Inoyama family, Naoyuki (Sakai Masato), is so phenomenally gifted when it comes to numbers that his colleagues call him an "abacus maniac." In order to cope with the increasing expenses that come with trying to move up in the world, he works together with his wife Koma (Nakama Yukie) and family to do all they can to economize.

Cost: Free, No Ticket Required.
For more information, please visit Emory University Department of Film and Media Studies.

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4:30 PM16:30

Lecture: "The Invention of Religion in Japan" - Jason Ananda Josephson (Raleigh, NC)

Thursday, October 16, 2014
4:30 pm
Riddick Hall, Room 321
NC State University
Raleigh, NC 27695-8180

Until the nineteenth century, Japan had no word for "religion." But when American warships appeared off the coast of Japan in 1853 and forced the Japanese government to sign treaties demanding, among other things, freedom of religion, the country had to contend with this Western idea. In this presentation, Josephson will reveal how Japanese leaders invented religion in Japan and trace the sweeping intellectual, legal, and cultural changes that followed. He will argue that the invention of religion in Japan was a politically charged, boundary-drawing exercise that not only extensively reclassified the inherited materials of Buddhism, Confucianism, and Shinto to lasting effect, but also reshaped, in subtle but significant ways, our own formulation of the concept of religion today.

JJ Josephson will be drawing from his award-winning book The Invention of Religion in Japan, which he will supplement with new research.

For more information, please visit North Carolina University, Religious Studies.

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to Nov 8

Alliance Theatre for the Very Young Presents Little Raindrop Songs (Atlanta, GA)

Little Raindrop Songs October 16 - November 8, 2014
Alliance Theatre
1280 Peachtree Street
Atlanta, GA 30309

A whimsically theatrical and imaginative journey through an anything-but-normal day, created especially for the very young with original music by the Japanese "pajama-pop" band Lullatone. The audience is led through a fully interactive world made completely of brightly colored paper which transforms dramatically into multiple settings - from the bedroom where we wake and get ready for the day, to the kitchen where we learn to eat a healthy breakfast, into the big world beyond where we experience sunshine, birds, bugs, and animals, a garden, a playground, and finally a big rainstorm which washes us inside for a bath and bedtime lullaby.

Combining unexpected puppetry, a vibrantly colorful and transformative two-dimensional set design, whimsically comic performances, and the catchy pajama-pop of Lullatone, this fully interactive theatrical performance will connect with the very young and invite them in to the wonder of the artistic experience.

For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit the Theatre for the Very Young Little Raindrop Songs.

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7:00 PM19:00

Film: "Tokyo Story" directed by Yasujirô Ozu (Atlanta, GA)

Tuesday, October 14, 2014
7:00 pm
Midtown Art Cinema
931 Monroe Drive, Suite C-212
Atlanta, GA 30308

In director and co-writer Yasujirô Ozu's (Late Spring, Early Summer) moving drama Tokyo Story-not released in the U.S. until 1972-An elderly couple leave their rural home in Onomichi to visit their married children in Tokyo. But their son and daughter are too preoccupied with their own domestic affairs to have much time for them, and it's only the widow of their elder son who is truly hospitable and welcoming. The film's emotional truths are underpinned by a real topicality: a sketch of social and moral changes in defeated, post-war Japan.

For more information, please visit Midtown Art Cinema.

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9:00 AM09:00

Carolina Bonsai Expo (Asheville, NC)

Bonsai Expo Saturday, October 11, 2014
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday, October 12, 2014
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
North Carolina Arboretum

The North Carolina Arboretum will host the 19th annual Carolina Bonsai Expo. Featuring juried exhibits by bonsai enthusiasts from a six-state region, a renowned bonsai marketplace, workshops, free demonstrations, and an ikebana exhibit provided by the Asheville Chapter of Ikebana International, the Expo is the premier annual bonsai event of the Southeast and the most popular plant show hosted by the Arboretum.

The Expo is also a perfect occasion to explore the Arboretum's Bonsai Exhibition Garden, which offers a world-class display that innovatively establishes bonsai in the context of the Southern Appalachians. Deciduous bonsai specimens on display in the garden often feature brilliant autumn color during this time of year.

The Carolina Bonsai Expo is free for Arboretum Society members or with the standard parking fee ($12 per personal vehicle)
For directions and more information, please visit The North Carolina Arboretum.

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11:00 AM11:00

Spartanburg International Festival (Spartanburg, SC)

Saturday October 4, 2014
from 11 am - 7 pm
Barnet Park
248 East Saint John Street
Spartanburg, SC 29302

To celebrate Spartanburg's global appeal and its corresponding diversity the City of Spartanburg hosted its first International Festival in 1985.

Today that festival has grown to become one of our city's most popular, with more than 12,000 people attending annually to celebrate and explore world cultures through food, music, dance, folk art, and much more.

Japan 2014 Honored Country
For more information visit City of Spartanburg

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10:00 AM10:00

Carolina Anime Day (Charlotte, NC )

Saturday, October 4, 2014
10:00 am - 6 pm
Hilton Charlotte Executive Park
5624 Westpark Drive
Charlotte, North Carolina, 28217

Come to Carolina Anime Day where our vendors will have items you won't find in a regular mall store. Carolina Anime Day is a one day anime marketplace that brings all your anime/manga needs to you without all the hassle or extra expense associated with other conventions. Admission is only $4.00 at the door so you won't have to spend all your money just to get inside. Also all kids 10 and under will get in FREE as well as those with a military ID. The next Carolina Anime Day is Saturday 10/04/2014, at the Hilton Charlotte Executive Park Hotel featuring a large Dealers room, Videos, Giveaways, Video Games, Cosplay, and FREE Parking. So come by and spend the day with other anime fans just like yourself.

For more information, please visit Carolina Anime Day.

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5:30 PM17:30

Film: "Like Father Like Son" (Durham, NC)

Film: Like Father Like Son (Durham, NC)

Friday, October 3, 2014
From: 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Perkins Library 217
411 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC, 27710

Come join the Japanese Hall & Japanese Program for the first film of the Japanese Film Series this semester. There will be a free screening of director Kore-eda Hirokazu's Like Father, Like Son at 5:30pm in Perkins Library 217.

For more information, please visit Asian & Middle Eastern Studies Duke University.

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12:30 PM12:30

Banzaicon (Columbia, SC)

Banzaicon October 10 - 12, 2014
Marriott Columbia
1200 Hamton Street
Columbia, SC 29201

Banzaicon is a Japanese Animation and gaming convention located in South Carolina. If this is your first anime con, or if you're a seasoned con veteran, welcome to Banzaicon! We offer a wide range of fun events, panel discussions on your favorite fan-topics, workshops and so much more! There is literally something for everyone to enjoy during the weekend.

For more information, please visit Banzaicon.

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