Art & Design

Japanese Garden Party

Sunday 23 May, 2010


The Japan’s first major exhibition to the West took place in White City, London in 1910. The Japanese garden was created as a part of the exhibition and today the garden still stands exactly in the same place as 100 years ago.  This festival celebrates the centenary of the creation of the garden and the Japan-British Exhibition 1910. 

Japanese Garden Party (Mini-Matsuri)
12 noon-4pm

Stage :Wadaiko/Bon-Odori/Okinawa Eisa/Enka singing/

Marshall Art Demo.

Other events : Tea Ceremony/Kamishibai/Garden Tour/Origami and Shodo Workshop/Baskers

Stalls :Japanese food/Japanese gifts/Information

This event is meant for the family outing to celebrate the long history of  Anglo-Japanese relations. 


© Setsuo Kato

12 noon-4pm Sunday 23 may 2010

Hammersmith park Japanese Garden

South Africa Road, White City, London W12


Hammersmith & Fulham council, the Japan-British Exhibition 100 Committee, the Japan Society, the Japanese Resident Association