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Japanese Garden Party

To celebrate the Centenary of the Japan-British Exhibition 1910

23 May 2010, 12:00 - 16:00

Japanese Garden, Hammmersmith Park

South Africa Road, White City, London W12


Image: Setsuo Kato

The Japanese Garden called Heiwa-En (Peace Garden) at Hammersmith Park in Shepherds Bush, London is celebrating its 100th anniversary in style.

The garden was created in 1910 as a part of the great Japan-British Exhibition in which Meiji Japan fully demonstrated her technology and culture to the West for the first time.

The Japanese garden was created by a Japanese garden designer with genuine materials brought from Japan.

Today, the garden still exists and has been refurbished by Hammersmith & Fulham Council, owner of the park, with technical advice from Japanese garden experts and Anglo-Japanese voluntary groups.

The Hammersmith & Fulham Council together with the Japan-British Exhibition 100 Committee (Anglo-Japanese Voluntary Group chaired by Professor Ian Nish) is holding a Japanese Matsuri-style garden party to celebrate the centenary of the Exhibition at the newly refurbished Heiwa-En on Sunday, 23rd of May.


Thames Taiko
Shorinji Kempo Demonstration
Enka Singing
Okinawa Eisa
Bon Odori
Urasenke Tea Ceremony
Origami and Kite making workshop
Stalls selling Japanese food and gifts
Japanese Garden Tour

Admission free
Family outdoor event
Enquiry: TEL 0845-337-0314 www.lbhf.gov.uk

12noon - 4:00pm, Sunday 23rd of May 2010
Japanese Garden, Hammersmith Park, South Africa Road, White City, London W12
Underground: White City (Central Line), Shepherds Bush Market (Hammersmith & City Line)

No Parking facilities