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Preston Bradley Hall
at Chicago Cultural Center


List by Location #


E1

Chicago Japanese American Historical Society
Chicago Japanese American Historical Society
cjahs.org
Brochures of CJAHS. Stories on the Incarceration of Japanese/Japanese Americans During of WW2


E2

Kitsuke: Try on Japanese Yukata and Happi Clothe and Selfie Photo Area
GEN-J Program: Grassroots Exchange Network Japan
www.facebook.com/grassrootsexchangenetworkjapan
Travel Books, Kitsuke Information Pannel, Small Batches of Japanese language Words


E3

Kitsuke: Try on Japanese Yukata and Happi Clothe and Selfie Photo Area
GEN-J Program: Grassroots Exchange Network Japan
www.facebook.com/grassrootsexchangenetworkjapan
Try-on Experience of Japanese Yukata and Happi, Photo Selfie Section


E4

Flower Arrangement
Ikebana International Chicago Chapter # 27
Ohara School Demonstrator: Margot Wang
Sogetsu School Demonstrator: Megumi Tucker
Exhibitor: E-Ling Lou

www.chicagoikebana.org
Slide Show of Past Ikebana Exhibitions and Distribute Ikebana Brochures


E5

Origami
Chicago Northside Origami Group
Learn to Fold an Easy Origami Model


E6

Japanese Painting
Mami Takahashi
Japanese Culture Center
Japanese Arts Foundation

japaneseculturecenter.com/introducing-the-japanese-arts-foundation
Nihonga: Japanese Painting, Which Has History Over Two Thousand Years
Demonstration: 11:00am–2:00pm
Exhibition: 11:00am–5:00pm


E7

Market
Sansei Artisans
Sumi-e, Kakemono, Jewelry, and Crafts


E8

Kimono Showcase
Chicago Wafu Club
www.facebook.com/chicagowafuclub
Intagram: @Chicagowafuclub
A Showcase of Traditional & Contemporary Kimono Fashion in Wafu (Japanese) Style





    

W1

Tea Ceremony
Chado Urasenke Tankokai Chicago Association
www.urasenkechicago.org/home.html
Simple Version of Tea Ceremony Using Everyday Utensils Available Locally


W2

Japanese Sweets
Toshiko Sugii Steffes
kohakuto.com
Exhibit and Demonstrate the Making of Japanese Sweets


W3

Market
Osaka Committee, Osaka Social Service Committee of Chicago Sister Cities International
www.chicagosistercities.com
Kizuna 8 Photo Exhibition (Location P1 and P2), T-shirts and Tote Bags Sale


W4

Organization Information
Japan America Society of Chicago
www.jaschicago.org
Membership, Events and Japanese and English language Information for Japan America Society of Chicago


W5

Market
Amy Tatsui
T-Shirts, Draw String Bags, Water Bottle Bags, and More


W6

Market
Jia Senghe ~ Dharma Products
www.utaguchi.com
Shakuhachi Bamboo Flute of Japan, Tonic Herbs, Hina Dolls


W7

Market
Cardz Xtcetera
www.facebook.com/CardzXtcetera
Anime and Related Collectibles and Asian Snacks/Drinks


Information Table


Info

Chicago Japanese American Council


Special Photo Exhibitions


P1 & P2

W8. "Kizuna 8: Artisans of Tohoku Commemoration of the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami”

japanfest-chicago.org/special-galleries/special-photo-exhibition
Part of the Programming to Remember the Victims of the Earthquake and Tsunami That Struck Japan’s Tohoku Region on March 11, 2011
Photographs by Mayumi Lake
Presented by the Osaka Committee of Chicago Sister Cities International, the Consulate-General of Japan in Chicago, the Japan America Society of Chicago, Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) Chicago Office, and Japanese Chamber of Commerce & Industry of Chicago


P3 & P4

"Edo/Tokyo – Seen Through Its Edifices” Exhibition Photos

japanfest-chicago.org/special-galleries/photo-exhibition-edo-tokyo-seen-through-its-edifices
10 Historical Photographs from the Album: “Assorted Japanese Sightseeing Spots” Taken by Italian Envoy, B. Bolanni, 1877–1881
Presented by Japan Camera Industry Institute and Media Art League

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