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Entries Tagged as 'mochitsuki'

U of M Mochitsuki Festival (01/12/13)

December 22nd, 2012 · No Comments · Events

On Saturday, January 12th the University of Michigan Japan Student Association will be having it’s 9th annual mochitsuki festival to celebrate the new year. Features mochi-making and taste-testing, kakizome (calligraphy), kamishibai (story-telling), origami, games, manga-drawing, live music by Miyabi and Raion Taiko, and more. From 1:00-4:00PM at the East Hall Math Atrium on the campus of […]

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U of M Mochitsuki Festival (01/07/12)

December 16th, 2011 · No Comments · Events

On Saturday, January 7th the University of Michigan Japan Student Association will be having it’s 8th annual mochitsuki festival to celebrate the new year. Features mochi-making and taste-testing, kakizome (calligraphy), kamishibai (story-telling), origami, games, manga-drawing, live music, and more. From 1:00-4:00PM at the East Hall Math Atrium on the campus of the University of Michigan […]

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U of M Mochitsuki Festival (01/08/11)

November 25th, 2010 · No Comments · Events

On Saturday, January 8th the University of Michigan Japan Student Association will be having it’s 7th annual mochitsuki festival to celebrate the new year. Features mochi-making and taste-testing, kakizome (calligraphy), kamishibai (story-telling), origami, games, manga-drawing, live music, and more. From 1:00-4:00PM at the East Hall Math Atrium on the campus of the University of Michigan […]

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U of M Mochitsuki Festival (1/9/10)

December 29th, 2009 · No Comments · Events

On Saturday, January 9th the University of Michigan Japan Student Association will be having a mochitsuki festival to celebrate the new year. There will also be demonstrations in ikebana (the art of Japanese flower arrangement), and raion taiko (Japanese drumming). The event is free and open to the public, so feel free to attend and […]

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