Japanese Fall Festival: Aki Matsuri at National Hispanic Cultural Center, Albuquerque
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Japanese Fall Festival: Aki Matsuri

Fall Fun

Aki Matsuri is the traditional Japanese fall festival. On Sept. 17, the New Mexico Japanese American Citizen League host their food-and-fun-filled interpretation of this annual event at the National Hispanic Cultural Center. This year's theme is “Takumi: The Way of the Japanese Craftsman.” The day's events include traditional musical performances, folkloric dance pieces, martial arts displays, authentic cuisine, sake tastings and—if past incarnations are any guide—plenty of teenagers dressed up as anime characters. Admission is $5. (Devin O'Leary)

Sunday Sept 17, 2017

1701 Fourth Street SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102-4508

Phone: 246-2261
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Davis Begay

Phone: 505 293-2322
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Visitors enjoy Japanese crafts, sake and beer sampling, taiko, martial arts, an artist exhibition, stage performances, and more.

FlyerAki Matsuri celebrates TAKUMI: Japanese Crafts. There will be sake & beer sampling, taiko, martial arts, artist exhibition, stage performances,plus a new feature Japanese Hot dogs.