Come One, Come All It is one of the largest and longest running festivals of its kind in the San Fernando, Santa Clarita, Conejo, and Antelope Valleys. It was started by
Come One, Come All
It is one of the largest and longest running festivals of its kind in the San Fernando, Santa Clarita, Conejo, and Antelope Valleys. It was started by the Nisei, is being carried on by the Sansei, and enjoyed by the Yonsei and Gosei. Every year it draws thousands of visitors from all across Southern California to its booths to enjoy savory and ethnic delights such as Chicken Teriyaki, Chinese Chicken Salad, Chirashi, Sushi, Spam Musubi, Cha Shu Bao, Shu Mai, Beef Teriyaki, Udon, and Somen. It features games such as Bingo, Fishing Derby, Dough Ball, Ring Toss, and Gold Fish Toss. There are displays of Bonsai, Japanese Dolls, and Calligraphy as well as a Flea Market, Bookstore, and a Raffle.
It begins with taiko drummers drawing people to the festivities with their loud, enthusiastic, and boisterous performance. This is followed by hundreds of kimono, yukata, and happi coat clad dancers moving to the rhythms and melodies of both traditional and modern Japanese music all to celebrate the Buddhist “Festival of Joy” in which we remember and express gratitude to our deceased loved ones.
(Sunday) 4:30 pm - 9:00 pm PST
SFV Japanese American Community Center
12953 Branford Street
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