It’s one of my favorite Japanese event which is it’s more to “original” Japanese stuff.
Synopsis : The Bon Festival is a Japanese Buddhist custom which is held annually to honour the deceased spirits of one’s ancestors. It is meant to be a joyful celebration, bringing families together, and celebrating rather than mourning the lives of the dearly departed.
The Bon Odori Festival has been a fixture here in Malaysia for the last 30 odd years, and is more a festival of Japanese culture, with Japanese dances – including the traditional Bon Odori, danced specially for this occassion – music, food and lots more, presented throughout the evening.
Venue : Panasonic Sports Complex (formerly Matsushita Centre) Address : Lot 4, Persiaran Perkilangan, Seksyen 21, Shah Alam,Selangor Date : 18th July 2009 * Time : 5pm onwards Tickets : Free Admission Phone : 03-2274 2274 (Japanese Club of KL) Free Shuttle Bus: From Shah Alam KTM Station to Matsushita Stadium is provided.
● Strictly no smoking except for designated areas. ● No high-heels allowed in the dancing field. ● Guests are advised to car pool to the stadium due to limited car parks. ● NO COSPLAYING. Respect the Japanese culture and tradition please.
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Everything look almost the same. From the size and design. Do check out my unboxing review of Western Digital Elements, HERE!
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Last weekend I went to Chocolate Fair @ Midvalley. I heard a lot of bad comment about it especially from FB… I still went to the chocolate fair because my heart telling me to go. I don’t know why. Once I reach there only I know. Thanks god. If you don’t believe with miracle, believe it now because now I believe it. “The world so big, I still meet her ^oo^”