There will be a variety of Japanese entertainment such as martial arts and calligraphy demonstrations, and original art displays.
There will also be stalls selling Japanese food and crafts, raffle competitions and a book of remembrance and hope to allow people to express their feelings to the Japanese people.
The main purpose of this Japanese cultural event is to raise money for the area of Northern Japan affected by the tsunami and earthquake.
Every penny of the money raised during this event will be donated to the Red Cross's work in Japan.
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