Vancouver’s Japan Market planning to return this fall

September 3, 2018 by  

An event that took place in Vancouver this past June was such a hit that its organizers have decided to bring it back this fall, so area residents can get a jump start on their holiday shopping.

Japan Market will once again be open to the public to browse through and buy, and it will be held in UBC Robson Square. Admission is to the event is free, and a huge assortment of Japanese food, crafts, and activities will be on offer.

Guests at the market can stroll through the displays that will be set up, and for a small fee, they can have a beauty, wellness or health service performed for them. There will also be workshops including ones that involve yukata dressing, Japanese calligraphy and origami. Prepackaged food will be available for purchase, and the organizers noted that more businesses will be added to the list of vendors as the date for the event approaches.

The market will be up and running at 11:00 am and will remain open until 4:00 pm. A local print shop can work with the organizers of this sort of function to provide them with custom-designed banner printing and a range of other services.

Japan Market has been organized for November 4, and it will be held at 800 Robson Street in Vancouver. Everyone is welcome to take this opportunity to explore Japanese culture.