The Japanese Friendship Garden represents the “Sister City” relationship between Okayama, Japan and San Jose.  It is a wonderful garden to visit any time of the year, but comes alive when the Cherry Blossoms are in bloom. The garden also features picturesque Japanese bridges, waterfalls and golden Koi fish.

Admission is free, but parking is $10.

The 38th annual Cupertino Cherry Blossom Festival is back to in person again! The festival will be held on two days, April 30th and May 1st, from 10am t0 5:30p. There are a variety of demonstrations and live performances to keep you enthralled, including:

  • Tea Ceremony, Calligraphy and Origami Demonstrations
  • Taiko (Japanese Ceremonial Drums)
  • Choral and Dance Performances, Martial Arts
  • Japanese Instrumental (Koto, Shamisen, Shakuhachi)
  • Arts and Crafts Vendors (Jewelry, Clothing, Home Decore, Japanese Gifts)
  • Japanese Food (Sushi, Teriyaki Chicken, Gyoza, Sake, Beer)

Admission is free. Parking is also free at De Anza College Parking Lots A and B. For more information, visit: Cupertino Cherry Blossom Festival.

After 2 years in a virtual format, the 55th annual Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival is returning to in-person form this year! The festival will be help over two weekends, April 9th - 10th and 17th - 18th. The festival showcases traditional music, dance and cultural performers, highlighting San Francisco's Japanese and Japanese American communities while watching our cherry blossoms bloom in our neighborhood.

During the festival, you can sample a variety of Japanese and Japanese-American culinary faire, such as fresh sushi, tempura, and chicken or beef teriyaki.

Of course, do not miss the Grand Parade on Sunday, April 17, starting at City Hall around 1pm on Polk Street near McAllister. The parade then follows Polk Street north to Post Street and turns left toward Japantown.

Learn more at the Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival website. RSVP at Facebook.

 

After 2 years in a virtual format, the 55th annual Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival is returning to in-person form this year! The festival will be help over two weekends, April 9th - 10th and 17th - 18th. The festival showcases traditional music, dance and cultural performers, highlighting San Francisco's Japanese and Japanese American communities while watching our cherry blossoms bloom in our neighborhood.

During the festival, you can sample a variety of Japanese and Japanese-American culinary faire, such as fresh sushi, tempura, and chicken or beef teriyaki.

Of course, do not miss the Grand Parade on Sunday, April 17, starting at City Hall around 1pm on Polk Street near McAllister. The parade then follows Polk Street north to Post Street and turns left toward Japantown.

Learn more at the Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival website. RSVP at Facebook.

 

After 2 years in a virtual format, the 55th annual Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival is returning to in-person form this year! The festival will be help over two weekends, April 9th - 10th and 17th - 18th. The festival showcases traditional music, dance and cultural performers, highlighting San Francisco's Japanese and Japanese American communities while watching our cherry blossoms bloom in our neighborhood.

During the festival, you can sample a variety of Japanese and Japanese-American culinary faire, such as fresh sushi, tempura, and chicken or beef teriyaki.

Of course, do not miss the Grand Parade on Sunday, April 17, starting at City Hall around 1pm on Polk Street near McAllister. The parade then follows Polk Street north to Post Street and turns left toward Japantown.

Learn more at the Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival website. RSVP at Facebook.

 

After 2 years in a virtual format, the 55th annual Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival is returning to in-person form this year! The festival will be help over two weekends, April 9th - 10th and 17th - 18th. The festival showcases traditional music, dance and cultural performers, highlighting San Francisco's Japanese and Japanese American communities while watching our cherry blossoms bloom in our neighborhood.

During the festival, you can sample a variety of Japanese and Japanese-American culinary faire, such as fresh sushi, tempura, and chicken or beef teriyaki.

Of course, do not miss the Grand Parade on Sunday, April 17, starting at City Hall around 1pm on Polk Street near McAllister. The parade then follows Polk Street north to Post Street and turns left toward Japantown.

Learn more at the Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival website. RSVP at Facebook.

 

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